As a military member or family member experiencing a divorce, in several aspects you are in two worlds, particularly when on Active Duty. The following is information to keep in mind for both parties when divorcing while military. For Service members: UCMJ does and will apply as well as all Command directives. Conduct yourself accordingly both online and in person. Use social media responsibly. Civilian and military Support obligations differ. Ensure you are in compliance either/both.
About Sherita Lynch
Sherita brings over 10 years of experience working with children and families. After working and volunteering for many Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations she founded this company with the goal of helping people reach their best outcome. An award winning passionate human service professional, she has worked to improve the life of children in foster care, military families and those that are in need of someone to speak on their behalf. As an honors graduate of Columbia College, she is a family law paralegal, consultant and has advanced training in family law mediation. As a guardian ad litem, for over 7 years, she influenced and advocated for children’s best interest and best outcome in foster care. Sherita Lynch is currently a private Guardian ad Litem, in private practice. Supporting military families during deployments and times of reintegration her wide range of family service experience is hands on, direct and personal.