Military Spouse Forums

When military spouses need immediate answers, sometimes they can be found in military spouse forums. Read with caution though because you may be reading someone’s opinion rather than actual facts.

The best way to use a military spouse forum is to gather information and then find a government source that might back it up. Often the forum can give you ideas of phrases or words to type into Google. Add the word law or regulation to this phrase and often you will be able to validate whether your information is fact or fiction.

Our List of Military Spouse Forums

Use the comments area to suggest forums that we should add to this list.

Military Spouse Organizations

Check our list of military spouse organizations dedicated to helping with all matters related to adjusting to military life.

Employment for Military Service Members and Spouses

  • Joining Forces – Mrs. Obama and Dr. Biden are asking Americans to get involved in any way they can.
  • Hire Heroes – Hire Heroes USA’s (HHUSA) mission is to offer transition assistance, job search assistance, and job placement services to those who have honorably served
    in the US military – and to their spouses – in order to reduce veteran unemployment.

Use the comments area to tell us about your favorite military spouse organization.

Military Divorce Forums

Service Members and Former Military Spouse Divorce Forum

Have military divorce questions?

Use our links below to locate the best answers to your military divorce questions.

We browse the internet so you don’t have to. Run a search for “military retirement divorce” and you will receive roughly 20,100,000 results. Do you have time
to sort through them to figure out which article has the answer to your military divorce question?

Our military divorce links are sorted by topic and chosen as the most comprehensive accurate military divorce pages on the internet.

Military Divorce Forum Distractions

  • Be careful when browsing the many military divorce forums. They can easily become a distraction from your main goal at hand.
  • It is common for a military divorce forum to quickly delve into the logic and reasoning of the current law rather than answer the
    question submitted by the original poster.
  • Wasted time will quickly fly by if one becomes emotionally, or even just curiously, involved in military divorce forum chit-chat.
  • Try to recognize rantings for what they truly are (someone who is still emotionally hurt from the current laws, their personal military divorce
    circumstances, etc.), regardless of whether they are posted by a former spouse or by a service member.
  • When you post to these forums, expect some emotional responses, but try to respond unemotionally, with only facts.

Military Divorce Forums and Blogs

Military Spouse Divorce Forum