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In our 16 years of online divorce services, TheLegalDivorce.com has helped many service members through utah military divorce. For a person who is in the military, or has a spouse in the military, utah military divorce laws usually follow the same rules as civilian laws. Most utah military divorces are filed in the same manner as any uncontested civilian divorce. There usually is little difference in the proceedings.

Court Jurisdiction: If a military member’s spouse wants a divorce, he or she must file in the jurisdiction of the state in which he or she is currently serving. If he or she is stationed abroad, or is serving in a war, then the military authorities can be requested to serve the member. If the member refuses to agree to the service—it might complicate the process. In short, if your spouse is serving in military, and he or she is stationed abroad, then in most cases you have to wait until they return to the service area. This delays the court proceedings.

Requirements: Many states permit the military member to apply for utahmilitary divorce in the state where they are stationed. They do not have to be legal residents of that state. There are three choices with military members along with their spouses to decide for the state in which to file for divorce:

• The state in which spouse resides
• The state in which military member is stationed
• The state in which military member has legal residency
Whichever state is chosen, the laws of the state (like child custody, property distribution, etc) will be applied on the divorce process.

Property division or alimony decisions depend upon the state law in which divorce is being processed. Since there are separate utah military divorce laws regarding pension, all military pension rules are governed by Uniformed Services Former Spousal Protection Act. According to the USFSPA, a part of the retirement payment goes to the former spouse. But it doesn’t mean that a part of the pension has to go to the former military employee.

 
 
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