New Jersey Military Divorce Lawyer

Family Law Legal Assistance for Service Members

When one or both spouses are members of the military, the divorce process can become especially complicated. The couple files for divorce using the same process as the civilian population; however, there may be additional factors that the military couple will have to consider.

Some factors that need to be considered in military divorces include:

  • Jurisdiction
  • Income calculations
  • Pensions

If you are contemplating a military divorce, speak to our Bergen County divorce lawyers at Moskowitz Law Group, LLC. Our firm can educate you on the different issues and counsel you on the best course of action to take.

Our New Jersey divorce lawyers provide a evaluation for those who
are interested in retaining our services. Call (201) 419-6223!

How to File for a Military Divorce

To petition the court for a divorce, the couple must file in their state of residency. This may pose a problem for service members stationed abroad. Military couples may file in the state where the non-military spouse resides or the state in which the military spouse claims legal residency.

To determine child custodychild support, and spousal support to be paid by the service member, the court will need to have more than the normal documents required from civilians. A tax return or pay stub will not accurately reflect a military member’s earnings, as he or she might be receiving many other allowances.

A service member should provide their Leave and Earnings Statement, which will show:

  • Basic pay
  • Housing allowance
  • Cost of living allowance
  • Allowances for extra duties

An attorney in New Jersey could help a member of the military compile all needed information for their divorce documents.

Hear from the People We’ve Helped:
“I am a disabled veteran. After my divorce, I was saddled with a life sentence of permanent alimony. I could save no money. I could not afford to own my home any longer. If it wasn’t for the VA, I would have no health care. I was down to my last bit of savings. I took a shot with Galit. I put my life literately in her hands. If I didn’t get a change in this alimony order, I had no way of ever having any future. Galit went to work. Within less than one year not only did she get my alimony reduced she had it ELIMINATED! I have a future! I can start to live. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel and it’s very bright! This woman saved my life.”
– Daniel L.

Need a Military Divorce Attorney in New Jersey? Contact Us Today.

Make sure that you are getting all you deserve in your divorce by seeking our firm’s immediate assistance. Our New Jersey military divorce lawyers can make sure that you have tough legal representation throughout the entirety of your divorce case. Trust lawyers with over 50 years of collective experience in family law to handle your divorce. We can guide you through the complicated process to ensure that your best interests are met. Results May Vary Depending On Your Particular Facts and Legal Circumstances.

Have questions about our international services? Please contact us or give us a call – (201) 419-6223 – at your earliest convenience.

What Sets Us Apart?


We will make sure you have the necessary information to make an educated decision for your future.


When you choose to work with us, you will receive the one-on-one personal service that you need.


We understand that you may be suffering greatly from this process, and we'll provide the highest level of care and attention.


You need representation on your side that will fight to minimize any adverse effect of a verdict in your case.

Legal Knowledge

We limit our practice solely to family law so that we may provide a higher quality product to our clients.

Contact Our Attorneys Today
Start With A Free Case Evaluation







    No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the New Jersey Supreme Court. The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice or tax advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time an attorney-client relationship has been established. Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances. Consultations are offered for those who retain the firm.

    ©Copyright 2024Moskowitz Law Group, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

    Contact Us
    [contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]