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What type of military benefits does a spouse receive during a legal separation?

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What type of military benefits does a spouse receive during a legal separation?

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Until a New Jersey divorce court issues a final judgment of divorce, a civilian spouse that separated from a servicemember retains full military privileges. These privileges include possessing an ID card, medical, military exchange, commissary, etc. Even though the servicemember can and he certainly should terminate the civilian spouse’s ability to cash checks on post by going to the PX/BX, he or she cannot confiscate the spouse’s ID card or otherwise suspend the spouse’s military privileges. A civilian spouse that is separated still retains military medical benefits in New Jersey. If a civilian spouse has a medical condition, then it may be feasible and practical to only seek a legal separation instead of getting a full divorce. A permanent legal separation is called a “Divorce from Bed and Board.” A “Divorce from Bed and Board” is a remnant from the past. This type of proceeding is designed for spouses who do not intend to remarry. The main benefit of a “Divorce from Bed and Board” i

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Until a New Jersey divorce court issues a final judgment of divorce, a civilian spouse that separated from a servicemember retains full military privileges. These privileges include possessing an ID card, medical, military exchange, commissary, etc. Even though the servicemember can and he certainly should terminate the civilian spouse’s ability to cash checks on post by going to the PX/BX, he or she cannot confiscate the spouse’s ID card or otherwise suspend the spouse’s military privileges. A civilian spouse that is separated still retains military medical benefits in New Jersey. If a civilian spouse has a medical condition, then it may be feasible and practical to only seek a legal separation instead of getting a full divorce. A permanent legal separation is called a “Divorce from Bed and Board.” A “Divorce from Bed and Board” is a remnant from the past. This type of proceeding is designed for spouses who do not intend to remarry. The main benefit of a “Divorce from Bed and Board” i

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