I realize there have been posts about this topic and I have searched and researched, but I am still very confused. I have a few questions I was hoping the experts on this forum could answer and clear up for me concerning normal retirement, medical retirement, VA disability payments, divorce and division of property. (Background) I have been married 10 years and have been active duty for about the same amount of time. My wife is currently asking the court for a % of my military retirement pay. I understand that during a divorce, a % of a members military retirement pay can be divided and awarded to the non-military spouse at the discretion of the judge. There are no question here. My soon to be X-wife believes I will continue service and retire after 20+ years. I am currently going through the IPEB process and I suspect I will be "medically retired". Whether I get retired, separated with severance or get nothing, I will separate the military once I receive my results (either way). So my questions are below. (Medical Retirement) What if the member does not complete 20+ years of service due to MEB/PEB and is separated because of a medical condition and is awarded "Medical Retirement"? Is the spouse still entitled to a % of the members medical retirement pay? Is the medical retirement pay considered disposable income? Can it be included as income when calculating spousal support, child support, etc..? (VA Disability) If a disabled veteran who is receiving VA disability payments gets divorced. Can the VA disability pay be divided and rewarded to the non-military spouse? Can the VA disability payments be considered disposable income? Can it be included as income when calculating spousal support, child support, etc..? Thank you for your support!