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|former spouse protection act||1.22||0.4||782||10|
|former spouse meaning||1||0.4||8524||2|
|former spouse sbp||0.74||0.2||2873||77|
|former spouse social security benefit||0.55||0.7||8286||95|
|former spouse deduction military pension||0.82||0.1||6663||10|
|former spouse survivor benefit plan||0.13||0.7||2810||68|
|former spouse military retirement pay taxes||0.92||0.4||3410||45|
|former spouse benefits military||0.21||0.3||2276||4|
|former spouses - now roommates dce-eir.net||0.11||0.7||3560||29|
|former spouse survivor annuity||1.29||0.6||8280||39|
|former spouse military retirement benefits||0.07||0.9||3576||90|
|former spouse military retirement pay||1.46||0.6||2907||31|
|dfas retirement pay former spouse||0.19||0.8||6375||86|
|what does former spouse mean||0.13||0.9||7798||59|
|can ex spouse collect former spouse benefits||1.18||0.1||6752||43|
|social security benefits for former spouse||0.63||0.9||8145||52|
|uniform services former spouse protection act||1.85||0.2||8392||72|
|social security former spouse||0.46||0.9||2436||66|
former spouse means a person whose marriage to the decedent has been the subject of a divorce, annulment or similar event. What is definition of spouse? Spouse Definition: Historically, a spouse is one who is married to another; they are spouses to each other, husband to wife and wife to husband.What does former spouse mean?
What is the definition of a "former spouse" as used in the regulation that allows for the suspension of FEHB coverage for TRICARE or CHAMPVA? The former spouses that the regulation applies to are those of civilian Federal employees and annuitants as defined under the Civil Service Retirement Spouse Equity Act of 1984 (Public Law 98-615).Can a former spouse collect life insurance on their ex?
Yes, you can have life insurance on an ex-spouse if they will agree to sign the application and submit to any underwriting requirements needed to apply for it, and if you still have an insurable interest in your ex-spouse's life. I.e. Does your ex-spouse pay child support or alimony?How long does a former spouse receive military retirement?
Many military spouse divorcees qualify for benefits after divorce under a policy known as the 20/20/20 rule. That rule says an ex-military spouse gets to keep some military benefits if their former service member served at least 20 years, they were married for at least 20 years and the marriage overlapped his or her service by at least 20 years.