Do you need tactical training when dealing with military divorce?

A great sense of pride comes along with being a member of the United States military. No matter to what branch of the military you may belong, your service should garner respect. You certainly make numerous sacrifices in your life in order to accommodate the duties and responsibilities placed on you by your military service. Though you may understand the necessity behind these sacrifices, you and your family may still feel strain.

Unfortunately, not all relationships can withstand the stress of military membership. In fact, this profession has the highest divorce rate when compared to other occupations, according to a recent study. You may have noticed a certain strain on your marriage and wonder whether you could soon face such an outcome.

Stress factors

Military marriages go through a variety of scenarios that civilian marriages do not. While these situations may make for a more unpredictable and exciting life, they can also pose considerable risk for high amounts of stress. For instance, many military members must go on deployments as part of their service, and those deployments can increase the chance of divorce considerably during the time that you and your spouse spend apart.

Of course, these deployments and other duties you must carry out may place a significant strain on your mental state. Developing post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression commonly occurs among military members. While your spouse may try to support you, mental health issues can often cause struggles with which many people cannot effectively cope.

Divorce rates

Military occupations took up three spots among the top 10 highest divorce rates when studying the relationship between jobs and divorce. Military supervisors responsible for conducting and planning operations took the top place with a divorce rate of 30 percent. Those military members with duties related to tactical operations and air weapons took up two additional places in the top 10. Additionally, members of all ranks showed an increased likelihood of divorcing by the age of 30.

Handling military divorce

Divorce under the best of circumstances can prove difficult, and military divorces have their own complications to which you must attend. If you believe that your marriage has run its course and divorce proceedings may be in your future, you may wish to gain more knowledge on what challenges you could potentially face during your case. Due to the special circumstances involved with military divorce, you may wish to consider enlisting the assistance of legal professionals.

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