Former Military Spouse Protection Act?

Answer The Uniform Services Former Spouse Protection Act (USFPSA) regulates the dissemination of military pensions to the divorced spouses of military personnel. The Act, which was first passed in 1982, a... Read More »

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When does payment to a former military spouse stop?

Widows and widowers of United States military members receive financial support from the military upon the death of their service member spouse. These benefits cease when the widow or widower remar... Read More »

Is my former spouse entitled to a percentage of my VA benefits after divorce?

Veterans Affairs (VA) retirement benefits are considered marital assets and are treated as such in a divorce. A former spouse could have the right to some portion of benefits paid to a veteran. How... Read More »

What is the uniformed services former protection act?

Technically yes, but being in the CIA does not mean you will be accepted automatically in the Secret Service.

Would an ex military spouse qualify for a percentage of military retirement in a divorce?

Ex-military spouses qualify for 50 percent of the military member's retirement if the couple was married for at least 10 years while the service member was on active duty, according to Divorcenet.c... Read More »