There are a few thing that aren’t really benefits but that can be designated in a divorce decree.
These include the division of retired pay and the payment of SBP (Survivor Benefit Program) premiums.
Proper characterization of a married couple’s property as community property or separate property can be critical to the success of that couple’s estate plan.
Under California law, separate property is property owned prior to marriage, or received during the marriage by gift or inheritance.
The tests must be met discretely, yet concurrently, during the assessment period for the veteran to be eligible.
These are: If he or she has suffered from or is suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis, then the 70% test is taken to be satisfied.
For example, if a couple moves to California, bringing funds earned during marriage by the husband in a separate property state, those funds are the husband’s quasi-community property.
In the event of divorce in California, quasi-community property is treated like community property.
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The rule for most benefits is 20-20-20, meaning that you must have been married at least 20 years, your ex-husband must have served at least 20 years, and that you must have been married for at least 20 years of his active duty service.
This is generally true for any benefit provided by the US government.
The answer depends on a variety of factors, and also the type of benefits about which you are asking.
First, there is the length of your marriage, the length of your ex-husband’s military service, and the amount of time that the two overlapped.