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Before choosing where to start the divorce, it’s important to know how that state handles the division of military pensions.
The federal law governing the division of military pensions is the “Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act” (USFSPA).
This federal law says that the state where the military member resides always has the power to divide the military pension in a divorce.
So if you file for divorce in a state that is not the military member's state of legal residence, then the court may not have the authority to divide the pension.