How to File Unemployment for a Military Spouse?

Answer Civilian spouses of military service members who voluntarily leave their jobs due to their spouse's military transfer are eligible for unemployment benefits in certain states. If your state doesn't... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to File Unemployment for a Military Spouse

Unemployment Benefits for a Military Spouse?

Military spouses frequently move to new military assignments with their spouse, adding financial stress to the family unit. Several states grant unemployment benefits to spouses who leave their cur... Read More »

If you receive disability checks from the military can you also file for unemployment?

Yes, if you were working since leaving the military.No, if you have not worked since being diagnosed as being disabled.You may be required to disclose your disable benefit amount when applying for ... Read More »

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 »

Is my spouse considered a dependent when filing for unemployment?

Each state has its own unemployment policies, but some states do pay an additional supplement if the unemployment recipient has been financially supporting her spouse. Check your state's policy: It... Read More »