Family law note

September 1998
Army Lawyer;Sep98, Issue 310, p27
Trade Publication
Studies a court ruling on the division of special separation benefit and voluntary separation incentive payments in divorce for military personnel in Pennsylvania. Effects of incentive payments on previously entered divorce decrees; Importance of the case to legal assistance providers.


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