(recently joined)
06/21/11 01:02 AM

well i will be brief i live in Canada my x and i where married for a year and lived together for 8 months so total 18 mths know i have to pay here 1/2 of what i put into my pension for the time we where together and this will be till the day she passes on i dont think this is fair to me i think i should only pay her 1/2 my pension for the time together not for the rest of her life can anybody help here advice thanks :mad:

06/21/11 03:39 AM
Re: pension

That's not the way in it works in any of the 50 states, but I can't speak for Canada. What does your attorney say?

(recently joined)
06/21/11 01:57 PM
Re: pension

It should be only half of your pension contribution for the year you were married. Consider it a worthwhile expenditure!

Contact Us Divorce Source Home


Resources & Tools
Start Your Divorce Online Start Your Divorce
Several Options to Get Started Today.
Divorce Tools Online Divorce Tools
Keeping it Simple to Get the Job Done.
Divorce Downloads Download Center
Instantly Download Books, Guides & Forms.
Divorce and Custody Books Discount Books
Over 100 of the Best Divorce & Custody Books.
Negotiate Online Negotiate Online
Settle your Divorce and Save.
Custody and Support Tracking Custody Scheduling
Make Sure You Document Everything.

Easily Connect With a Lawyer or Mediator
Have Divorce Professionals from Your Area Contact You!
Enter Your Zip Code: