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Military Family Law in California

Understanding Military Divorce Processes

Active duty military personnel and their spouses involved in a divorce, custody, or other family law matter should be aware that their cases often are more complicated than their civilian counterparts. From trying to determine where to file for divorce to resolving custody when a parent receives Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders out of the country, there are many important legal rights and responsibilities to learn about when you are active duty military or the former spouse of a military member. Continue learning…

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Military Members: Thank You

-You have served and defended our country with honor…now allow us to do the same for you.

Active duty military personnel have unique family law issues that require an experienced attorney. Between overseas divorce, the establishment of paternity involving out of state service members, and the potential high conflict regarding custody of minor children, military families require special assistance through their family law matters.

For military personnel stationed out of the area, it is even more important to have representation from an attorney who can effectively communicate with clients and give them timely updates regarding their case, regardless of whether the client lives down the street or in another country.

The Law Office of Cristin M. Lowe prides itself on using the latest technology in order to provide exceptional customer service to clients. Virtual servers allow for simultaneous viewing of your court documents in real time, and emails are delivered at the same speed whether you’re a few miles away at Travis Air Force base, or thousands of miles overseas. Equally important is our firm’s commitment and dedication to protecting the rights of military personnel.

Coming from a strong family military background, Attorney Cristin M. Lowe knows the sacrifice and dedication it takes to serve our country. As such, she strives to express her gratitude for their service by returning the favor to the firm’s military clients, including a free initial consultation and a 25% discount off of the typical hourly rate.

Military Divorce: Prepare Yourself

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