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          not covered by insurance.  The divorce decree also required                 
          petitioner, who was an active member of the U.S. Navy at the time           
          of the divorce, to pay Ms. Holdman, pursuant to the Uniformed               
          Services Former Spouses' Protection Act (USFSPA), 10 U.S.C. sec.            
          1408 (2000), 25 percent of his disposable retirement pay                    
          (retirement payments).                                                      
               On June 30, 2000, petitioner retired from the U.S. Navy.  In           
          August of the same year, petitioner began receiving his                     
          retirement pay, but he failed to make payments to Ms. Holdman as            
          set forth in the divorce decree.  On December 4, 2000, Ms.                  
          Holdman initiated a contempt proceeding against petitioner for              
          his failure to comply with the divorce decree.  The Superior                
          Court, on June 26, 2001, ordered (the June 26 order) petitioner             
          to pay $1,463 relating to the children’s past dental bills.  The            
          June 26 order also required petitioner to pay $68 a month                   
          relating to his portion of Kimberly’s then-current dental bills             
          and $321 per month representing Ms. Holdman’s share of                      
          petitioner’s retirement pay.  Petitioner failed to comply with              
          the order.  In response, Ms. Holdman initiated three additional             
          contempt proceedings.                                                       
               On December 10, 2001, the Superior Court issued an order               
          (the December 10 order) that required petitioner to comply with             
          the June 26 order and decreased the retirement payments to $231             

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