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Military Divorce & Children

The challenging process of a divorce can be even more difficult for members of the military, their wives and children. The Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC is an experienced law firm that can assist you throughout the divorce process and in issues of child support, custody, and visitation.

Attorneys, Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, are highly experienced in handling cases of military divorce. Contact The Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC, for a free consultation.

Child Custody and Visitation In Military Divorce

Children of military service members are often involved in difficult legal battles in the event that a parent is deployed. The Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC handles cases of custody, and child visitation during deployment or permanent change of station (PCS). We can also seek modifications to court orders if one parent is unable to pay child support or fulfill existing custody or visitation obligations.

Attention To Detail

When the court determines child support obligations, it will consider all sources of military income, including combat pay and Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH). If you believe the support arrangement you are considering or already have in place is unbalanced or provides too little support for you and your child, an experienced attorney can help you establish an arrangement that meets your needs.

Attorneys Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell are experienced in representing military members from all around the world who face family legal struggles in the United States. Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell can effectively assert your rights even if you cannot make a court appearance.

Our attorneys can assert your rights in family law matters and military divorce:

  • Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)
  • Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS)
  • Hazard Pay and Combat Pay
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Child custody
  • Spousal benefits at the time of divorce
  • Division of Military Retirement Benefits
  • Deployed parents or spouses
  • Paternity
  • Child visitation rights upon deployment, TDY, or PCS

Visitation

If you are having problems exercising your court-ordered visitation with your child, Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell will aggressively enforce your rights. Over the years, we have helped countless service members spend much-needed quality time with their children.

Allowance After A Divorce

Net earnings for child support computation may depend on whether the spouse is living off base. If you are a spouse seeking additional compensation, a greater allowance or benefits, we can represent you in your case. Basic Allowance for Housing involves the amount you are entitled to while living off base. The Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) provides you with a grocery allowance and will be adjusted depending on the income of a service member and where you are stationed. If you need assistance recovering child support from a spouse who has attempted to exempt BAH or BAS from his or her net earnings or if you need to modify your child support due to an increase in net earnings or a decrease in net earnings in anticipation of a change of station or deployment, or if you are facing divorce, we can assist you in protecting your rights.

Paternity Issues For Service Members

We represent individuals seeking to establish or challenge paternity involving military members. Our attorneys will fully investigate the facts of your case to present compelling evidence on your behalf, including DNA evidence. In the event that paternity is established, we can assist you with visitation rights or child support situations as well.

Contact Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell today to speak with an experienced Texas lawyer. Call 866-879-0783 now to schedule a free consultation regarding a military divorce or family law issue. We are experienced in helping service members and their families stationed at Dyess Air Force Base (AFB) and other bases around the world.