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I’m now at the new station with him thinking it might have been a bad choice to move . But because there’s a child involved, it’s more complicated. Both are in the military, but she was stationed overseas.
I recommend you contact an attorney and find out what your options may be. She will be returning soon, and he’s hoping to finish up the divorce process. The petition for the divorce was filed almost a year ago, but since she’s oversea, it was hard getting it done. ***** JAG generally only provides advice to military members but will refer out to civilian attorneys. He’s not giving me any money what so ever, basically all he does it put food in the house (that’s what he calls supporting me) and it’s only food he likes to eat. If it were me, I would try to call the Chaplain for his unit to enlist his assistance. If all else fails, contact a civilian attorney to start your divorce proceedings. Stacey is an Army wife of a soldier who joined in 2003.
He has not supported her at all and he says she can get nothing. Turns out this is his second marriage and he’s only 23. He should have been providing her some financial support as he did get extra money for being married in the form of BAH (housing allowance).
If they were married during the deployment, he also received a separation allowance while he was gone.