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” Since the formal legal process of divorce can last months (or sometimes years), this question raises an important concern for anyone in uniform who is pending a divorce.The answer to this straightforward question can be anything but simple.
The military is a good employer to those with families as there are many programs and benefits for the family and spouses of the military member. A married servicemember receives a Housing Allowance while in basic training and follow-on job training (Technical School, AIT, A-School), in order to provide a household for his or her dependents, even though they are also living for free in government quarters (barracks).If the job training is less than 20 weeks, a married person can still elect to move his/her dependents (at his/her own expense), but would (usually) be allowed to live with them, off base (beginning 30 days after arrival), with the school commander's permission (as long as the student is doing okay in class, such permission is routinely granted).If the dependents do move to the member's school location, Family Separation Allowance stops. The services require additional paperwork, additional processing, and sometime even waivers for members with dependents.If you are planning on joining the military and planning on getting married, there are certain advantages and disadvantages to tying that knot before you leave for basic training.As with any marriage there are challenges, however, there are many challenges unique to the military.