Bryce Neier, an allied attorney (not employee) with the Alliance Defending Freedom Organization, uses his experienced as a former United States Army Officer to help military personnel involved in family law cases. Bryce Neier has a variety of experience with the US Army, including a father who served as an Armor Officer in the 3rd Armored Division during World War II who later graduated from Cornell University of Law and practiced in New York and Connecticut.
Working with the legal matters of a military family requires a unique understanding of both military personnel and family law which Bryce Neier has acquired over his lifetime and in his law practice.
Matters of international child support and international child custody are particularly difficult. Mediation in these areas entails knowledge of custody rights, a legal approach for visitation rights, and a legal approach for returning the child. The purpose of such mediation is to protect the child as well as the relationship that the child has with his or her parents.
When negotiating divorce terms, experienced attorneys recognize that divorce settlements must serve the interests of every party involved. Otherwise, the case typically ends up in court at a later date to settle further disputes with extensive expenses involved.
If you need an experienced family law attorney with both military and international experience, then Bryce Neier is the attorney for you.