Representing Military Personnel and Their Families in Divorce Proceedings
Located near Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base, Ferguson Law Firm offers effective divorce and family law representation to military servicemen and women stationed in North Carolina and around the world. We understand the often complex issues involved in military divorce cases and will work closely with you to dissolve your marriage in a way that protects your rights and safeguards your children.
Contact a Fayetteville Military Divorce Attorney
Attorney Patricia Ferguson did not become a family law attorney by accident. This is her calling as she is committed to helping families. She will provide you with straightforward advice about your legal options, clearly explaining the positives and negatives of any strategy. To schedule a consultation, please call us at 910-672-8416 or toll free at 877-214-6623.
Military Retirement Assets
Military retirement benefits are huge issues in military divorce cases. These benefits typically represent a substantially larger sum of money than 401k and other benefits which are present in civilian divorce cases. We will work closely with you to ensure that your separation agreement protects your right to retirement benefits.
Jurisdictional Issues Play a Large Role
Because of the mobile nature of military service, jurisdictional issues are huge in military divorce cases. Attorney Patricia Ferguson and her skilled support staff know these issues very well. Because of the large number of military personnel in our local community, we understand what it takes to be successful in many jurisdictions.
Working according to the rules set forth by the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act, we can help you get emergency custody orders and other temporary orders in place to protect your children and your property.
Contact Us — Toll Free 877-214-6623
To discuss your military divorce — including issues like child custody and visitation, child support and alimony — with a knowledgeable lawyer, contact our firm today.