Riverside Military Divorce Lawyer
If ownership of a military pension or military benefits is at stake during your uncontested or contested military divorce, one skilled divorce law firm in Riverside has experience you can trust — the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz.
Are disagreements over vital issues such as child custody and visitation or child support delaying your military divorce in California? Our knowledgeable lawyers can help.
Catherine A. Schwartz has more than 30 years of experience and a track record of success for her divorce clientele, including individuals, couples and families seeking transitions to brighter futures after military divorce. Our founder leads a dedicated team of attorneys that listens to your wishes and goals, and uses its deep knowledge of military and family law to seek practical, lasting solutions for you.
Whether you are filing for divorce against a service person stationed elsewhere in the U.S. or around the world, or you are deployed overseas and seeking a divorce that will be finalized here, the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz can help.
Your objective may be to retain military health care services, retirement benefits or a pension. You may be most concerned with keeping your fair share of marital assets and property. Is an appropriate level of child custody and visitation/parenting time your top priority?
For more information, contact the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz at 951-686-8190 to schedule a free initial consultation. Our office is located in Riverside. For the convenience of our clients, we accept appointments in the evenings and on weekends and accept all major credit cards.
Family Law Overview
- Divorce/Legal Separation
- Post-Divorce Disputes
- Bankruptcy & Divorce
- Divorce and Business Ownership
- Property Division
- High Asset Divorce
- Military Divorce
- Same-Sex Divorce/Domestic Partnerships
- Ex Parte Emergency Hearings
- Move Away
- Grandparents' Rights
- Child Support
- Spousal Support/Alimony
- Domestic Violence
- Restraining Orders/Protective Orders
- Child Custody/Visitation
- How Domestic Violence Affects Custody