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Former Spouses’ Protection Act - Receiving Payment

If the requirements of the USFSPA have been met, payments to a former spouse must begin no later than 90 days after the date of effective service of a complete application.

If the member has not yet retired at the time the former spouse submits his or her application, payments must begin no later than 90 days after the member becomes entitled to retired pay.

Attention military retirees
If you have been paying your former spouse's award by voluntary allotment and your former spouse has been awarded direct payments under the USFSPA, you must notify DFAS Retired and Annuitant Pay to stop the allotment. DFAS has no authority to stop any of the member’s voluntary allotments. If the former spouse is overpaid because an allotment is not cancelled in a timely manner, it would be the member’s responsibility to recover any overpayment.


Direct Deposit
To sign up for Direct Deposit, please complete a Direct Deposit Form and send it to DFAS at the address below. Or send a written request, including your name, the member's name and social security number, and your signature. Also, include a copy of a voided check with the banking information clearly showing.

DFAS-HGA/CL
Assistant General Counsel for Garnishment Operations
P.O. Box 998002
Cleveland, OH 44199-8002

Changes to your mailing address or direct deposit must be made in writing to DFAS Garnishment Operations at address above. Also, former spouses may have access to myPay to update and review their account.

Taxes

For information regarding taxes, W-4Ps and 1099 forms, please contact DFAS Retired and Annuitant Pay at 800-321-1080.

Related Link:
W-4P Withholding Certificate for Pension or Annuity Payments

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