April is the National Month of Military Children, which was established by former Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger in 1986.
We often honor and thank our service members for their sacrifice, but we sometimes forget that their family members make sacrifices too. The children of military families often change schools multiple times throughout their lives, and go long periods of time without seeing one, or both, of their parents.
Being a child in a military family is extremely difficult, but even more difficult is being the child in the midst of a military divorce. Children are often the center of the debate in a divorce, but due to the military lifestyle of frequent moves and long deployments, finding a parenting plan that will work is even harder.
Wolf & Shore, LLC has handled many military divorces, and is even accredited by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs in Veteran Benefits. If you or your spouse are in the military and getting divorced, contact us for a confidential consultation.
For more information on the National Month of Military Children, check out this article.