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November 2017 Archives

Understanding the 20/20/20 military divorce rule

If you live in Texas, are in a military marriage and suspect divorce may be in your future, you may have concerns about whether you or your soon-to-be-ex spouse will maintain access to military benefits after you divorce. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we have a firm understanding of the special considerations involved in military divorces, and we have helped many clients learn to navigate them and adjust to life on their own.

Paternity matters

FindLaw outlines a host of topics related to the rights of fathers, but why go to all the trouble of explaining them in such detail? The bottom line, and a crucial insight for Texas fathers to understand, is that paternity matters.

Military spouses: recognizing and escaping from domestic violence

Being a victim of domestic violence is terrible, whether you are in a civilian or military marriage. However, there are a few unique factors to spousal abuse if your spouse is a member of the armed forces. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we understand the seriousness of suffering through an abusive relationship. You and other Texas residents should know how to get out of an abusive marriage before your situation becomes too severe.

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