If you’re a military parent who has custody or visitation rights for your children, military service can disrupt those arrangements. But you do have rights.
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Life happens. And when it does, you want to be ready. Organizing legal affairs and filing reams of paperwork might not top your list of favorite activities but having the right legal documents in place protects you and your family members so that some the inevitable difficulties in life don’t morph into bigger catastrophes.
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