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#770839 - 10/23/15 05:53 PM In CA: Avoiding joining/evaluating pension
lmcgranahan Offline

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I plan to get a default judgement with an agreement. There is so little community interest in my wife's pension (defined benefit plan) that we'd like to avoid having an actuary assign a value to it, or "joining" it to the case. I would love to just sign it over to her in the settlement agreement without ever paying anyone to assess it. Is this possible, or will a judge require that the value be professionally assessed? (If it necessary to list a value in the agreement or in the property disclosure form, could we just estimate it?)

Any help is appreciated. The Self-Help people don't like to touch questions about pensions.

Lucas

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#770840 - 10/28/15 09:35 PM Re: In CA: Avoiding joining/evaluating pension [Re: lmcgranahan]
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As long as you're doing a stipulated judgment you can probably both just agree that the pension is her separate property and I don't think anyone would argue with you about it.

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#770841 - 07/11/16 09:25 PM Re: In CA: Avoiding joining/evaluating pension [Re: TJMH]
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#770842 - 07/12/16 12:15 PM Re: In CA: Avoiding joining/evaluating pension [Re: ukdeedpoll]
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