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According to the military former spouse protection act that if you and your spouse had been married for at least 10 years that the former spouse was entitled to a portion of the retirees pay. I also did note the 20-20-20 provision as a seperate entitlement. Please clarify.
When you say "subsequent support action," what does that mean exactly? Is it a civil law suit, or something connected to our divorce?
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