Texas Military Custody and Visitation Lawyer
One of the most prevalent issues in a military divorce involving children entails child custody and visitation. In a military divorce involving children, issues can be very complex, including calculating child support and determining child custody and visitation. Therefore, it is important to obtain accurate information and advice based on experience in order to put yourself in a position to make informed decisions.
With offices in Wichita Falls and Tyler, military divorce lawyer Milissa Barrick provides experienced representation to military personnel and civilians involved in a military divorce throughout north Texas, including divorces with personnel stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base, Fort Worth Naval Air Station and Air Force Plant 4 (formally Carswell AFB).
Clients appreciate Ms. Barrick because she takes the time to listen and understand your situation, your concerns and your goals, and tailors her representation to best achieve those goals and to take on the burden and worry that accompanies most divorces. One of her main objectives is to resolve your issues, including child custody and visitation matters, in an efficient and cost-effective manner so you can move ahead with your life.
Because military child custody and child support issues will likely involve future interaction with your spouse, Ms. Barrick believes it is best for all concerned, including the children, if issues can be resolved in a civil manner. However, if your spouse is being unreasonable, she will aggressively fight to protect your interests.
Experienced Texas Military Custody and Visitation Lawyer
We have extensive experience handling military divorces involving children, including child custody and visitation issues. In addition to the normal issues that can arise in child custody and visitation disputes, some of the more common additional military child custody and visitation issues include:
- Military custody and visitation issues involving long-distance travel (where you and your spouse are a significant distance apart)
- Military custody and visitation issues involving a military spouse stationed in a combat zone
- Military custody and visitation issues involving relocation or military transfer
- Military custody and visitation issues involving the issuance of a passport or other passport issues
If you have a child custody or visitation dispute in a military divorce, you should seek guidance from an experienced family law attorney who understands the nuances of a military divorce.
Experienced Texas Military Child Support Lawyer
If you have children, you need to understand child support, including what income is included in calculating child support. Income may include certain benefits, such as housing.
Discuss military child support issues with an experienced military divorce lawyer.
Contact Texas Military Child Custody and Visitation Lawyer Milissa Barrick
Our Texas law firm offers an initial consultation at no cost to provide you with the opportunity to learn how attorney Milissa Barrick can make a difference in the outcome of your military divorce involving child custody and visitation issues, as well as child support matters. Call our Wichita Falls office at (940) 489-3045 or our Tyler office at (940) 489-3045, or you may fill out our intake form on the right and we will contact you. Legal help is only a click away.
We serve Wichita County and the local communities of Wichita Falls, Burkburnett, Graham, Iowa Park, Henrietta, Archer City, Vernon, and Electra. We also represent clients in East Texas, including Smith county and the cities of Tyler, Flint, Bullard, Whitehouse, and Chandler, Gregg county and the city of Longview, Henderson county and the city of Athens, Cherokee county and the city of Jacksonville, Rusk county and the city of Henderson, Upshur county and the city of Gilmer, Wood County and the city of Quitman, Van Zandt county and the city of Canton, and Anderson county and the city of Palestine.