Military divorce can be confusing and complicated. One ex-military spouse answers some top military divorce questions.
A former military spouse may be eligible for base and health care benefits, as well as a portion of their ex's retired pay
I'm getting a divorce from my Marine Corps husband. I know I get to keep my benefits under the 20/20/20 rule, including...
I want to get remarried. Will I lose my military benefits and part of my ex-husband's pension if I do that?
If you are in the military or a military spouse and are getting a divorce, there are some financial factors that can affect...
Divorce is hard on everyone, especially children. And when it comes to who takes care of them, who pays for what and what...
She wants a divorce but says she doesn't have any money to pay for it or anywhere to go when she leaves her husband.
Retiree's wife wants to know if anyone can help her children get the military benefits to which they're entitled.
They've been apart since 2014, and he won't give her his address at his new duty station. Ms. Vicki says it's over.
He cut off the credit cards, gives her no support while she's away at school and moved his girlfriend into their home.
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