USFSPA update--using formula clauses to define the former spouse's share of disposable retired pay

June 1995
Army Lawyer;Jun95, Issue 271, p53
Trade Publication
Reports on a rule for defining of former spouses' share in retired military pay proposed by the US Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). Open formula terms; Division of retired pay; Significance of DFAS rule.


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