I was married to an Air Force sergeant for 15 years, between 1988 to 2003. I was told I Amarillo entitled to some benefits.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Maybe. Much depends on what was decided in your divorce; if it was entirely silent, you may be able to obtain your portion of the retirement now by partition of the omitted pension. For background, see the materials and articles posted at http://willicklawgroup.com/military-retirement-benefits/. You really should consult with counsel specializing in family law and well-trained in pension partition cases.
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