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What should the ex-spouse of a military person do to receive the court-ordered military retirement pay?

Maddie from Plainfield, IL asks, "What should the ex-spouse of a military person do to receive the court-ordered military retirement pay?"

Pension Evaluators® at Troyan Inc.® answers, "The ex-spouse can be paid either directly by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) or directly by the military member depending on how many years the marriage lasted and how many years the military member served in active duty. If you were married for at least 10 years during which the military member performed at least 10 years of active duty service, the ex-spouse can receive direct payments from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). Within 90 days after the court issues an order, the ex-spouse needs to submit a copy of the certified court order to DFAS, along with a completed Application for Former Spouse Payments from Retired Pay, DD Form 2293. Instructions for completing and mailing are found on the back of the DD Form 2293. If you weren’t married for at least 10 years during which the military member performed at least 10 years of active duty service, you can still get a percentage of the military retirement pay if the court orders it. The payments will have to come directly from the service member, however, and will not come directly from DFAS."


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