Members of the military face special challenges and complications in Family Law Court and in other civil disputes. Bruce Brown's family law experience in representing members of the military includes divorce and post-decree issues such as child support
, legal decision-making (formerly known as "child custody
"), and contempt and enforcement
In addition, dividing property can be complicated at the time of divorce and can be even more complicated for members of the military. Our firm is dedicated to helping clients protect their financial security at the time of military divorce. We can help you collect support or, alternatively, help you prevent unmanageable obligations. We can also help you protect your pension or, if you are a military spouse, collect part of a pension.
Making lists of property in the house, along with debts, assets, investments, credit cards and other items is important. This can ensure that everything is accounted for and your spouse is not hiding anything. Photographs or video recordings are often invaluable later in documenting your possessions.
In addition to handling family law disputes, we also handle a range of issues involving estate planning, wills
, and personal injury
. Bruce Brown understands the challenges and difficulties faced by military families and will work to protect your hard-earned income. We also have the knowledge and qualifications to handle the additional complications that may arise involving your military status.
Bruce Brown has practiced law in Arizona since 1984. After working in large Phoenix law firms for several years, he formed his own firm in 1995, focusing primarily on family law matters.
Bruce has argued cases in Superior Court and U.S. District Court and before the Arizona Court of Appeals and U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
He applies his family law experience as a Judge Pro Tem in Maricopa County Superior Court, presiding at hearings and settlement conferences. He also has appeared as a lecturer at law seminars and authored numerous articles on family law.