Military Divorce Alimony
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The following abbreviations are used in the following article.
BAH = Basic Allowance for Housing
Military Divorce Alimony in Army
As per Army Regulation 608 99, Family Support, Child Custody and Paternity, soldiers must disburse temporary support on the basis of the family condition. The basis of all payments is BAH II. This was known as BAQ in the past. In the absence of a court order, the below mentioned support requirements exist.
Military Divorce Alimony in Navy
The gross pay of a sailor is defined as base pay plus BAH (if eligible) minus allowances like hostile fire pay, BAS etc. In the absence of a court order or agreement, a guide for family support can be obtained through Milpersman 1754-030, Chapter 15, Support of Family Members.
In the below mentioned conditions, the support obligation is stated as a fraction of the gross pay.
Military Alimony in Air Force
If there is no court order or agreement, it is expected that service members would offer adequate financial support to family members. This is mentioned in Para. 3.2.1 in Air Force Instruction 36-2906. The Air Force does not stipulate the level of support. It leaves this decision to the agreement of the parties or if the parties do not agree, then up to the civilian courts.
Support is inclusive of cash payments as well as in-kind payments like paying bills, purchasing groceries etc. Even a commander cannot define what can be termed as an adequate level of support. Let us assume that a commander receives a complaint of non support. In this case, the commander might need a proof of support.
The conclusion of all the above facts is that if a partner is separated from a service member, this partner must procure a court order.
Military Alimony in Marine Corps
If there is no court order or agreement, the monthly support standards that the members must adhere to are mentioned in Chapter 15. The amount that must be paid to each family member is put across as a fraction of the OHA or BAH that the marine is receiving along with a minimum dollar level per family member.
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