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Base Housing in a Military Divorce

Military service offers a number of economic benefits to service members and their families, not the least of which is housing. Military families may live in family housing on base, or off base in private housing. Families that qualify to live off ba… Read More
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How Are VA Benefits and O…

How Are VA Benefits and Other Military Benefits Affected by Divorce?

A common question from service members and spouses facing a military divorce is which VA benefits and other military benefits get divided up, and how. Some benefits are subject to division in a divorce, and others are not. To understand what benefits… Read More
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Military Protective Orders: Understanding Your Options

Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, is present everywhere in American society, often just under the surface. Rich families, poor families, and those in between; families of every race and ethnicity; families in cities, suburbs… Read More
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Five Tips for Facing a Mi…

Five Tips for Facing a Military Divorce

Even under the best of circumstances, divorce is never easy. Being in the military, or having a spouse who is, adds a layer of complexity and stress to the divorce process. To make matters harder, many divorce attorneys are unfamiliar with issues uni… Read More
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What is the 10-Year Rule…

What is the 10-Year Rule in a Military Divorce?

If you are a military spouse, you may have heard of the 10-year rule, or the 10/10 rule. But you may not be entirely sure what it is, or how it works. There is a surprising amount of confusion around this rule, which has to do with dividing military… Read More
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Since founding Brinkley Law Firm in 2011, attorney Stephanie Brinkley has helped families grow and expand by navigating them through the legal challenges surrounding Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) and Adoption. As an attorney who focuses on f… Read More
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Originally from Los Angeles, Christopher Kays moved to Charleston in 2007 when he reported to The Citadel for his knob year to study psychology. As a cadet, Christopher volunteered at the VA hospital and helped establish Leadership Day, The Citadel… Read More

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