If you are a spouse who has left an abusive relationship with an active-duty service member, you may be eligible for transitional compensation.
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Whether you’re trying to keep your relationship together through a trying time, or you’ve decided that ending your marriage is the best path forward, the road ahead may seem uncertain. As you move forward, remember that your decisions now may have a lasting effect on you and your family.
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