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For some reason, I remember reading somewhere or being told by a military lawyer that I couldn't remarry until I reached the age of 55. Was that a restriction in the past?
Hope that helps some more. By the way, if you are planning to marry, I wish both of you every happiness!
The military qualifying order issued pursuant to our divorce decree did order my ex-husband to elect SBP and my monthly retirement benefits were reduced so that I will be paying for the cost, not him. He didn't make this election prior to our divorce. So, does the restriction apply to my Survivor Benefits, even though I will be paying the premiums out of my monthly retirement benefits?
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