Virginia Beach, VA, May 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Military Family Divorce Center is proud to announce the opening of a divorce law firm and website devoted to providing legal services to men and women of the military who served or currently serve in the armed services. The law firm is devoted to providing divorce and family law-related legal advice and solutions regarding the unique issues faced by members of the armed services and their families. The pinpoint focus of the law firm on military divorce and family law issues will permit the firm to deliver personalized, professional legal services at affordable rates.
“In creating our new law firm and website, we recognized the need for a law firm with the specialized knowledge to identify and resolve the unique divorce and family law issues involving military members,” explained Linda Shin, founder and practicing attorney of both firms. “Our goal is fill an underserved niche of individuals and families who face unique issues because of their military status. We offer many options that help military families solve their legal matters privately and without going to court. We also hope our website militarydivorce.lawyer will provide legal information in an understandable way to the individuals and families that have made enormous sacrifices for our country.”
The lawyers at the Military Family Divorce Center provide legal advice and representation primarily in the family law matters of contested military divorce, uncontested military divorce, separation agreements, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, division of marital assets and methods of alternate dispute resolution. The law firm’s new website offers pages devoted to the firm’s major practice areas, FAQs regarding military divorce issues and blog posts discussing family law military issues.
The division of Cedar Law Center plans to regularly update the website with blog posts written by the firm’s lawyers, and by drafting new pages to provide helpful consumer information on additional topics related to military divorce and family law. “Our website is intended to provide the 'go to' resource for service members with matrimonial, child custody and other family law problems,” said Shin.
The website is not intended to offer legal advice, nor is the information on the site meant to provide comprehensive explanations of the law. Individuals who want more information on any of the topics discussed on the website can complete the “Contact Us” form. A lawyer at the law firm will contact you shortly after submission. Alternatively, you can call 757-296-8972 to reach an attorney promptly.
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