New Book Addresses Divorce, Family Law Issues for Members of the U.S. Military
Divorces among members of the U.S. military are on the rise, making the new book, Strategies for Military Family Law, extremely relevant to members of the matrimonial and family law community. We are pleased to announce that WLG’s managing parter Bari Weinberger serves as one of the guide’s contributing authors, penning the chapter, “Getting the Best Results for a Military Family Law Client: Understanding the Nuances in this Practice Area.” Fellow WLG Attorney, Patricia Cistaro, also contributed to the chapter.
Strategies for Military Family Law is described as providing “an authoritative, insider’s perspective on representing service members and their spouses in family law cases. Written by partners from some of the nation’s leading law firms, this book includes valuable information on jurisdictional issues, child support calculations, custody disputes, and other complicated aspects of military family law. These experts analyze legislation such as the Service Members’ Civil Relief Act, military programs such as Family Care Plans, and aspects of military benefits that affect children and ex-spouses. From handling trials when one party is deployed overseas to navigating the military regulations and structures that affect family court cases, these top attorneys share their insights on the intricacies of military family law.”
Strategies for Military Family Law is published by Aspatore Books and is available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com and other retailers where law books are sold.