I was married a Viet Nam veteran. We separated after 7 years, but didn't divorce until 10 years and 2 months.
I later remarried, but I was awarded a nullity of marriage. That qualifies as not being remarried, correct?
Can the veteran legally object to my burial in a veteran cemetary?
I think the answer is here:
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Ex-spouses are not eligible to be buried in a veteran cemetery.
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