Military Divorce Tips

Each military divorce book provides different information on military divorce.

Military Divorce Tips

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.

At the same time, attorneys are able to use the footnotes if sources are needed for litigation. An awareness of the basics can lessen the economic and emotional turmoil of divorce. Consultations with financial advisors and divorce lawyers will be more productive, less time consuming, and less expensive after reading the topics included in this book.

Inside this Military Divorce book:

  • Knowledge:Explanations for those considering or partaking in a military divorce
  • Save Time:Valuable checklists to proceed down the correct path
  • Accurate Answers:U.S. Codes, citations, and sources at your finger tips
  • Better Settlement: Understand how to negotiate in your favor
  • Yet to Come: Know your future, after divorce

Major topics inside include:

  • Health care options including CHCBP
  • The Uniformed Services Former Spouse Protection Act
  • Military Retirement Benefits
  • The Survivor Benefit Plan
  • Disposable Retired Pay
  • Disability Pay
  • Remarriage

6×9 inches, paperback, ISBN: 9780981473727
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The Military Divorce Handbook

The Military Divorce Handbook

A Practical Guide to Representing Military Personnel and Their Families

  • Paperback: 639 pages
  • Publisher: American Bar Association (June 7, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590315820
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590315828
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 7 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
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Divorce in the Military II

Divorce and the Military II

(A Comprehensive Guide for Service Members, Spouses and Attorneys)
American Retirees Association, Marsha L. Thole; Frank W. Ault

Divorce and the Military II reveals a great deal of information on the history of the USFSPA, the controversy surrounding it, and today’s lack of enthusiasm to enact any changes to its inequities. It does an excellent job of explaining the journey; how we have arrived at the current law enforced today. Lawyers may find the discussion on the definition of property and state comparison charts on alimony, child support and property division of use when deciding where to file.
Buy: Divorce and the Military II (A Comprehensive Guide for Service Members, Spouses and Attorneys)

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