Pennsylvania does not, however, have a formal method of filing for a legal separation.
(i) Under such regulations as the Secretary of the Air Force may prescribe, a citizen of a foreign country who graduates from an Air Force school may wear the appropriate aviation badges of the Air Force.
(h) While attending a course of military instruction conducted by the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps, a civilian may wear the uniform prescribed by that armed force if the wear of such uniform is specifically authorized under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the military department concerned.
(b) When an enlisted member of an armed force is discharged for bad conduct, undesirability, unsuitability, inaptitude, or otherwise than honorably— (1) the exterior articles of uniform in his possession shall be retained for military use; (2) under such regulations as the Secretary concerned prescribes, a suit of civilian clothing and an overcoat when necessary, both to cost not more than $30, may be issued to him; and (3) if he would be otherwise without funds to meet his immediate needs, he may be paid an amount, fixed by the Secretary concerned, of not more than $25. (2) Members of any other organization designated by the Secretary of a military department.
The words “Except as otherwise provided by law” are inserted to give effect to exceptions in other revised sections of this title and to provisions of other laws giving such organizations as the Coast and Geodetic Survey and the Public Health Service permission to wear military uniforms under certain conditions. Disposition on discharge (a) Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c), when an enlisted member of an armed force is discharged, the exterior articles of uniform in his possession that were issued to him, other than those that he may wear from the place of discharge to his home under section 772(d) of this title, shall be retained for military use. (j) A person in any of the following categories may wear the uniform prescribed for that category: (1) Members of the Boy Scouts of America.
(e) A person not on active duty who served honorably in time of war in the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps may bear the title, and, when authorized by regulations prescribed by the President, wear the uniform, of the highest grade held by him during that war.
(d) A person who is discharged honorably or under honorable conditions from the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps may wear his uniform while going from the place of discharge to his home, within three months after his discharge.
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There is technically speaking no “legal separation” in Pennsylvania.
This legal separation date is established, either by consent of the parties or by judicial determination, as part of the divorce process.
Is it possible for parties to live in the same house as “housemates” and be separated? Evidence of the absence of sexual relations is entitled to significant weight, and if there is also evidence that the parties have been living separately and not as husband and wife, and that at least one of the spouses has no intention of resuming normal marital relations, the evidence may be sufficient to establish irretrievable breakdown of marriage; this is so even if the parties have been living in the same house, and although they have been sharing common expenses, entertaining common friends, and otherwise maintaining a level of civility uncommon in parties seeking a divorce.