Our forms service has been used by many active duty military personnel. Fortunately, there are laws intended to protect you in the event that your military service affects your ability to appear in court. A spouse on active duty may be unable to attend divorce proceedings because he or she is not stationed near the divorce court. When this happens, the military member can ask the court to delay proceedings until military requirements allow the member to attend. The judge will grant the delay unless it is determined that the millitary service does not substantially affect the member's ability to attend. If you or your spouse is on active duty, the provisions of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief Act, 50 U.S.C.A. App. Sec. 521 (1968) may affect the procedures. If your spouse is in active duty and you are seeking an uncontested divorce, you may ask your spouse to waive the provisions contained in that law. DivorceToday.com provides all divorce forms needed under the Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief Act. Contact us if you need further information at firstname.lastname@example.org.