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Family Dispute

If you are in the Armed Forces, your experience in the Family Law Court will be very similar to a civilian. However, there are nuances that are important for your attorney to understand. Common concerns of our military clients include child visitation, relocation by a parent, and accurate calculation of child support, and the ever-present worry about how the military retirement pension will be divided.  Understanding how to minimize your exposure due to deployments and tax free income is paramount to achieve a fair result in your case. Mr. Todd will work hard to increase your time with your child, adjust your support payments, and protect your retirement and other assets. Common concerns of our military clients include dealing with a case when you are deployed; parents who move with the children; getting proper visitation when you are home; trouble paying support after a pay decrease due to a loss of BAH or active duty pay; and much more. You need someone who understands your military situation and can properly present your case to the court.


  • Guardianships

  • Child Custody

  • Child Custody Disputes

  • Child Custody Modification

  • Child Support

  • Child Support Calculation or Recalculation 

  • Child Support Modification

  • Child Visitation Disputes

  • Divorce

  • Divorce Modifications

  • Former Spouses Protection Act Issues

  • Former military spouse

  • Guardianships; minors, disabilities

  • High Asset Divorce

  • Legal Separation

  • Mediation

  • Military 

  • Military Pension Divorce

  • Overseas, PCS & TDY Assignment Impasses Issues

  • Paternity

  • Prenuptial Agreements

  • Protection Orders

  • Relocation of a parent

  • Restraining Orders

  • Settlement Agreements

  • Spousal Support / Alimony

  • Spousal Support Modification

  • Uncontested Divorce

A divorce is much more than just the end of your marriage. These worries for military families also include how the military retirement pension will be divided, who will pay for the SBP and how will the TSP be divided and when.  The issues addressed in your divorce will change the rest of your life and impact everyone you care about.  In a divorce you will have many questions you want answers to.  Questions such as; Do I have to move out? What are my rights with my children? How is child support calculated? How do we divide our assets and our debts?

Your divorce requires careful preparation and a you can benefit greatly from the guidance of a divorce attorney well versed in Idaho State divorce laws.  Even the simplest uncontested divorce will still require a court filing, a division of assets and debts along with a detailed documentation of all child custody and child support arrangements.

Many divorces bring very complex or highly contested issues. A high asset divorce will often entail business ownership, stock options, investments, property, inheritance and retirement accounts.  Child custody, as you can imagine, is often the most contested of issues, and a parent needs quality representation.  


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