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Divorce and the Military II (A Comprehensive Guide for Service Members, Spouses and Attorneys)

Marsha L. Thole; Frank W. Ault

Divorce and the Military II (A Comprehensive Guide for Service Members, Spouses and Attorneys)

by Marsha L. Thole; Frank W. Ault

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Published by The American Retirees Association .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages374
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9901856M
ISBN 100963985019
ISBN 109780963985019
OCLC/WorldCa40866154

The process of getting a divorce for military personnel is basically the same as it is for civilians. The laws of the state the divorce petition is filed in govern the process, leaving the military’s authority limited. In general, the military considers divorce and separation to be a private civil matter, but there are a few additional things. Participation in the Military World War II Military Unit / Ship Records The National Archives has most records of Army, Army Air Forces, Marine Cor ps, and Navy units and ships tha t fought in World War II. These records vary in arrangement, con­ tent, and completeness, but all focus on documenting unit/ship organization and operations.

  Divorce is an emotionally and financially trying time for anyone, civilians and military members alike. However, if you are a military couple going through a divorce, there are laws and factors unique to a military divorce that can affect how you split your assets, including your pay and eventually, your retirement pay. BIOGRAPHY Marshal S. Willick, Esq. Mr. Willick is the principal of the Willick Law Group, an A/V rated Family Law firm in Las Vegas, Nevada, and practices in trial and appellate F.

Military divorce when stationed overseas. Military spouses can file in the US even If one or both service members is stationed overseas. Filing for a military divorce in the US (vs overseas) is important because the military won’t honor a pension division order from a foreign country, and the divorce judgment itself may not hold up in the US. Guide to Military Divorce A typical divorce is always fraught with a certain level of emotional turmoil and financial angst, but a military divorce can be even more complicated. Service members and their spouses must know the specific laws (federal and state) that apply to their unique circumstances.


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Divorce and the Military II (A Comprehensive Guide for Service Members, Spouses and Attorneys) by Marsha L. Thole; Frank W. Ault Download PDF EPUB FB2

Its a book that needs to be read by all Spouses that are getting a divorce from a military man that is receiving military retirement. This military retirement is considered personal property that can be divided during a divorce/5(21).

DIVORCE AND THE MILITARY II is the newly published comprehensive guide for military members (active duty, reserve/guard, and retired), spouses,and their attorneys, on the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (USFSPA). The USFSPA is the federal law that permits the award of military retired pay in a divorce.

DIVORCE AND THE MILITARY II ( Edition) is the newly published comprehensive guide for military members (active duty, reserve/guard, and retired), spouses, and their attorneys, on the Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act (USFSPA). The USFSPA is the federal law that permits the award of military retired pay in a divorce.3/5(3).

Its a book that needs to be read by all Spouses that are getting a divorce from a military man that is receiving military retirement. This military retirement is considered personal property that can be divided during a divorce/5(18).

Divorce & the Military II DIVORCE AND THE MILITARY II is the newly published comprehensive guide for military members (active duty, reserve/guard, and retired), spouses, and their attorneys, on the Uniformed Services Former SpousesÕ Protection Act (USFSPA).

The USFSPA is the federal law that permits the award of military retired pay in a divorce. Learn where military divorce laws allow service members and their spouses to file for divorce; Abandoned spouses: Abandonment is the act of deliberately leaving one's spouse without consent (or notification, in many cases) with no intent of returning.

If your service member spouse has left you, you are still technically married, have rights and. Marsha Thole is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force Reserves and she co-authored a book called Divorce and the Military II (available for purchase. The Military Divorce Handbook guides you through the complexities of all aspects of representing military personnel or their spouses to help you provide competent and thorough representation for your client.

Generally, the military views divorce as a private civil matter to be addressed by a civilian court. However, military spouses have access to military legal assistance services at no cost through installation legal assistance offices. In a divorce, a service member and dependent spouse will need separate attorneys to advise them to ensure both.

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In cases where the member is still on active duty at the time of the divorce, the amendment to the USFSPA would freeze the former spouse’s share as of the date of the court order dividing military retired pay.

How exactly Virginia courts will define the numerator and denominator of the marital share fraction when dividing military. The military requires the plan to include details as small as how airline tickets will be paid for and how the caregiver and child will get to the airport.

The plan also must include the arrangements for transferring care of a child from a short-term to a long-term caregiver if the service member is deployed with very little notice.

If you are in the military or a military spouse and are getting a divorce, there are some financial factors that can affect you. There are special rules and requirements that apply to U.S. service members and their spouses when they divorce.

Learn more in our latest blog. The Military Divorce Handbook: A Practical Guide to Representing Military Personnel and Their Families Hein's ABA Archive Microfiche Collection: Author: Mark E.

Sullivan: Contributor: American Bar Association. Section of Family Law: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: American Bar Association, ISBN:Length: 3/5(3).

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This is the definitive guide to military benefits and divorce. There are about million men and women who currently serve on active duty in the United States Armed Forces.

Anotheralso serve in the reserves. Just like anyone else, members of the military can wind up in unhappy marriages that lead to divorce. Great question. Probably the best place to start is by requesting a free copy of our military divorce book, “What Every Virginia Military Wife Needs to Know About Divorce.” It was written by licensed Virginia military divorce attorneys, and it.

Full Synopsis: "Military Divorce Tips, for the service member, the soon-to-be-former spouse, and their attorneys, provides a solid foundation for a basic understanding of military divorce issues.

This efficient reference tool provides quick insight to the complexities involved without delving too heavily into the U.S. Codes themselves. Military Divorce in Northern Virginia. There are numerous issues unique to a divorce when one or both spouses is a member of the armed forces.

For members of the military and their spouses a divorce can be impacted by both state and federal laws. Filing for divorce while stationed in Korea may require some snail mail correspondence with your spouse if your spouse is located in the U.S., because you both need to sign the documents.Buy a cheap copy of Divorce and the Military II (A book by Marsha L.

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Military benefits afforded to a spouse change depending on whether the couple separates or divorces. The length of the marriage also determines to what benefits the nonmilitary spouse is entitled. Children up to the age of 18 retain all benefits of military dependents if the.