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Three-year-old Annalynne Magallon has cerebral palsy, but her family is ineligible for Medicaid to help pay for her care because her father earns too much at the Fort Worth Police Department.

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A military spouse who cheated on her husband with eight different people over three years of marriage — including one while she was pregnant with their daughter — has asked advice columnist Abigail Van Buren whether she should get a divorce.

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A U.S. Supreme Court decision handed down on May 15 may have serious implications for former spouses of veterans, despite providing clarity regarding disability pay from the Department of Veterans Affairs. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court sided in favor of a veteran who believed he did not owe his ex-wife 20% of that pay, and ruled that state courts cannot order veterans to pay divorced spouses for the loss of his or her retirement pay caused by service-related disability benefits.

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Military divorce is as complicated as it is heartbreaking with issues of state and federal laws and benefits in play. Where you file can greatly impact your divorce.

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Army photo by Pfc. Paige Pendleton

Divorce — also known as the dissolution of a marriage — is never easy. But in the military, more so than in civilian world, it can feel utterly impossible.

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