Many military service-members save funds in a Thrift Savings Plan account. If such an account exists, it is separate from the military retirement benefits that may have accrued during the marriage. It is more like a traditional savings account, and the Court may distribute any portion of it that was saved during the marriage to one or both spouses, via the entry of a special order called a Retirement Benefits Court Order.
Our firm has helped countless clients navigate the sometimes confusing task of dividing their marital assets, including Thrift Savings Plan accounts, military retirement benefits, as well as all of the various types of assets and debts which parties may accumulate during a marriage.
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