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That rule says an ex-military spouse gets to keep some military benefits if their former service member served at least 20 years, they were married for at least 20 years and the marriage overlapped his or her service by at least 20 years.
And note that while many attorneys may refer to the order as a QDRO, a military retirement is not a qualified pension under section 401(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, so a QDRO is neither needed, nor is it sufficient.
The amount of money the former spouse becomes entitled to will be determined by the judge rendering the final divorce decree. The maximum amount that can be paid to a former spouse is 50 percent of the Servicemember's disposable retired pay (gross retired pay less allowable deductions, including VA disability pay).
Even if you were married for less than a year, a court may award a share of your military retired pay to them. However, if you were in a long-term military marriage that overlapped with a lengthy period of service, then your former spouse may be entitled to as much as 50% of your military pension.
At least ten years of marriage overlapping at least ten years of military service is needed for direct payment from the retired pay center, usually the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS).

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Can My Spouse Take Half My Pension If We Divorce? Generally, your spouse is entitled to half of the earnings generated during the marriage; however, each state's law will determine the outcome. Some states are equitable distribution states, though this does not always mean a 50/50 split.
Even if you were married for less than a year, a court may award a share of your military retired pay to them. However, if you were in a long-term military marriage that overlapped with a lengthy period of service, then your former spouse may be entitled to as much as 50% of your military pension.
The maximum amount of pension income an ex-spouse can receive is 50% of the military retirement pay. Once the order is filed with DFAS, it will take three months (90 days) for the direct payments to begin if the ex-spouse is already receiving their pension.
Under the USFSPA, as long as the court has jurisdiction over a divorce, the state, including California, has the authority to divide the military retirement benefits of a service member. The legislation allows for but does not require the division of military pensions.
Keep in mind that the award of military retired pay may be in addition to child support, and alimony, or maintenance. The maximum amount of pension income an ex-spouse can receive is 50% of the military retirement pay.

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