Military Divorce Attorney

With more than 30 years of experience, attorney J. Randal Hunter delivers the skilled and knowledgeable representation that clients require during a divorce or other family law matters. Our law firm handles all aspects of divorce and separation, and we are sensitive to the emotional concerns so often connected to family law matters.

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In North Carolina, divorce laws do not differ for members of the military. However, because there can be more complications with military divorce, it’s important to work with an attorney who can confidently address the legal and emotional concerns that may arise during a military divorce.

At the law office of J. Randal Hunter, Attorney at Law, we have been focusing on divorce and family law matters for more than 30 years. We understand the intricacies of dividing military benefits and pensions, and we help our clients protect their best interests at every step in the process. Our New Bern military divorce lawyer works with families to find effective solutions to often complex situations:

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Property division
  • Alimony

Protecting Your Rights During Military Divorce

The men and women who serve our country make numerous sacrifices to protect us, and so do their families. However, those sacrifices should not include their legal rights. We advise our clients about sensitive matters that may arise — such as fault or infidelity — the impact those matters could have on divorce proceedings, and the most effective way to address the situation. We know this can be a difficult time for our clients, and we are here to provide the sound counsel they need.

NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA BOARD-CERTIFIED FAMILY LAW SPECIALIST

The law office of J. Randal Hunter, Attorney at Law, serves clients in New Bern, Havelock, Morehead City, Beaufort, Newport, Bayboro, Aurora, Oriental, Atlantic Beach and Emerald Isle, as well as Craven County, Carteret County and Pamlico County. We also serve clients associated with MCAS Cherry Point.