Married Texas residents who are in the military, or are married to military personnel, and who want to get a divorce will find that the process is legally similar to that of divorces of civilians. However, there are some aspects of the military can affect their divorce.
Women in Texas who are in the military might be more likely than their male counterparts to get divorced. For example, in the Army, the divorce rate for women is about 275 percent higher than it is for men.
Many families in El Paso are affected by divorce every year. When a couple decides to separate, there are many preliminary issues that need to be decided before the divorce is finalized, such as where each spouse will live and how the couple's property will be divided. However, child custody may be the most important issue for parents who are going through a divorce.