Divorce can be especially difficult for individuals in the military. You have a lot of information to process about how divorce will affect you as a spouse, a parent, and as a service member. It may feel overwhelming at times. Becoming knowledgeable about your rights and obligations is extremely important to the outcome of your divorce and your ability to prepare for the future.

The following is a list of resources, helpful links, and books we regularly suggest to our military clients. An easy reference is our Divorce Guide For Military Families. We have put together this brief and easy to read guide to help educate you on the process of divorce for active duty military members. You can download a free copy of the guide from this website or go to Amazon.com to purchase a copy.


The Military Divorce Handbook: A Practical Guide To Representing Military Personnel and Their Families, Mark E. Sullivan – Amazon

The Complete QDRO Handbook: Dividing ERISA, Military, and Civil Service Pensions and Collecting Child Support from Employee Benefits Plans, David Clayton Carrad – Amazon


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