Military Remarriage After Divorce
Saying I Do Again – Second Marriage Tips
Your divorce is final, actually it’s been final for a while. Years have passed and the ideas, rules, concepts etc. that surrounded that terrible time in your life have slipped your memory.
Now comes along a new romance that has blossomed and you are ready for remarriage. The problem is you might be surprised at how issues of the past will suddenly resurface and perhaps, stir up past emotions all over again.
When you or your exspouse decide to remarry after a military divorce
- Who do you need to notify?
- What benefits will you keep?
- What benefits will you lose?
- What does it mean for you children’s inheritance?
- In essence, what changes will take place?
The Military Divorce Tips book has indepth
explanations of health care, military benefits, etc. and a checklist of these types of things to consider after a military divorce and before saying “I do” again. Just as one’s taxes change withe marriage, divorce, and remarriage, the U.S. Codes concerning military divorce privileges, also change with military remarriage after divorce.
More links for topics to think about when considering remarriage after a military divorce:
Before Your Parents Say, “I Do Again,” By Brad Reagan, Smart Money April 2009
Remarriage and Former Spouse Benefits from Divorcenet.com
Books on the Financial Aspects of Remarriage
Estate Planning for Blended Families:
Providing for Your Spouse & Children in a Second Marriage
Estate Planning for Blended Families is the first book for parents in second marriages who want to provide both for their current spouse and their children from the current and prior marriages. Author Richard Barnes has years of experience guiding couples through the process of setting goals, discussing competing priorities, and choosing strategies