There may be other benefits to which a former spouse will be entitled in the event of divorce. What benefits the former spouse will be entitled to depends on the length of time the parties were married while the service-member was in the military. Also, the children are often entitled to continued benefits even after divorce.
If both of the divorced parents are service-members, then they have to decide which parent will be the sponsor for the child’s benefits.
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