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How does the Marine Corps determine child support and spousal support?

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The Marine Corps regulations provide a guide for the monthly support standards that the Marines must follow. The standards depend upon the status of the family member. However, a Marine is never obligated to pay more than 1/3 or his/her "gross military pay" (defined as total pay and allowances): a. Civilian spouse/children in military housing: $200 per supported person. b. Civilian spouse/children not in military housing: The greater of BAH with-dependents or $200 per supported person. c. Multiple families: The greater of the pro rata share of BAH with-dependents or $200 per supported person. d. Military spouse: No support obligation. e. Military spouse with all children: The greater of BAH with-dependents or $200 per supported person. f. Military spouse with children split between the parties: the greater of the pro-rata share of BAH with-dependents or $200 per supported person. A commanding officer may relieve the Marine of the support obligation in certain extenuating cases. These ... more
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