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Jacksonville Military Divorce Attorney

Your Family Deserves a Board-Certified Lawyer

When it comes to making large family law decisions, including the termination of a marriage, your family could be in a very difficult situation. The end result of a divorce can determine the future of your family's relationships. Situations involving military divorce can entail a whole new set of challenges.

When families are kept apart because of military situations, the familial relationships can be constrained and a divorce may result. It is best to take the route of divorce mediation rather than having a court make the final decision concerning your family's future. At Charles E. Willmott, P.A., I can represent you at mediation where the both of you can make uniform decisions regarding your children and property division.

The outcome of your case can determine the rest of your life and how you are able to interact with your ex-spouse, children, and others involved. I am a board-certified divorce lawyer who has experience and comprehensive understanding of military divorce situations.

The Right Lawyer Can Make a Difference

Trying to understand military divorce on one's own can be a challenging endeavor. With more than two decades of experience working with those faced with military divorce issues and disputes, I am confident in my ability to help you through your child custody and child support situation. I am a solo practitioner who has developed ample experience working with clients through their unique cases. It is my belief that every individual, and therefore every case, has its own unique challenges and details. That is why my firm is devoted to providing clients with a substantial amount of attention and energy each time they walk through my office. It is important to understand the individual facts that make the case distinct from all others.

Informative Representation

At Charles E. Willmott, P.A., I understand that clients have busy lives and they want their questions answered in a timely manner. I strive to return phone calls on the day that my client calls and I will make every effort to do whatever it takes to successfully accomplish a case. I can help clients through difficult situations, such as determining paternity, so that each individual can have a peace of mind when they conclude my services. Not every lawyer can effectively handle military divorce issues and the disputes that arise with them. Even if you or your spouse is pursuing a divorce while deployed, my office can help you through the process, even if it has to take place over the phone or through email. I have been BV-rated and was Chairman of Jax Bar Family Law Section 2003 to 2010. My experience handling these situations has earned me credibility as a family lawyer in my community.

Property Division Issues

One major concern that couples pursuing a military divorce case is what will happen with the division of property and assets. I have a substantial amount of experience helping individuals with the division of property and concerns that arise with this topic. The non-military member spouse is often concerned with access to the military benefits after divorce and what rules apply. I can be an efficient tool in helping enlighten individuals and couples pursing military divorce about the facts and myths of the Ten-Year Rule and 20 / 20 / 20 rule. During these situations, it is vital to stay informed and understand what is at stake. I can assist military families through divorce so that they can arrive at an equitable arrangement based on mutual agreement. If you find yourself on either side of a military divorce, you are going to need an expert lawyer who has the experience and ability to represent your case. Contact my firm today to protect your rights!

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Charles E. Willmott, P.A. - Jacksonville Military Divorce Lawyer
Located at 425 N. Liberty Street, Willmott Law Building, Willmott Law Building, FL 32202.
Phone: (904) 849-5183.
Local: (904) 358-7818.
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