Alabama’s Treatment of the USFSPA Law
We’re sharing news of USFSPA Alabama law cases clarifying how Alabama implements the division of disposable retired pay. (Also see other state cases.)
In August 1993, in the case of Vaughn v. Vaughn, Alabama Supreme Court ruled disposable military retired pay divisible for retirement benefits accumulated during the course of marriage.
As of 2012, Alabama currently treats military retiree pay as a divisible property. This is the position taken by the majority of the U.S. states.
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