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Old 01-15-2014, 02:45 PM
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Ack. But remember, don't $h1t where you work, there is a big wide world out there, than limiting yourself to your place of work or the small town you live in
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I don't know what is meant by don't $h1T where you work. But he is the problem with the pension when I called as to where the hold up is in the transfer.

My spouse and I were together from 1997 to 2007. I retained a lawyer and went to court for support and he didn't show in 2007 so everything was signed out and case was CLOSED!!!

From Feb 2007 to april 2009 we were not together so pensions said he is not entitled to a division for that time.

From April 2009 to Jan 2011 we were together however it was less that two years so he is still now entitled to a division in pension.

When pensions asked for all the court orders and stat dec I sent everything. I told my ex this a long time ago but his lawyer still insisted on a divisions in pensions!!!

Now what?
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I don't know what is meant by don't $h1T where you work. But he is the problem with the pension when I called as to where the hold up is in the transfer.

My spouse and I were together from 1997 to 2007. I retained a lawyer and went to court for support and he didn't show in 2007 so everything was signed out and case was CLOSED!!!

From Feb 2007 to april 2009 we were not together so pensions said he is not entitled to a division for that time.

From April 2009 to Jan 2011 we were together however it was less that two years so he is still now entitled to a division in pension.

When pensions asked for all the court orders and stat dec I sent everything. I told my ex this a long time ago but his lawyer still insisted on a divisions in pensions!!!

Now what?
I would suggest a lawyer. Many offer an initial consultation at a reduced rate.

Your ex's lawyer can ask for anything, that doesn't mean he is entitled. Its a tricky enough situation to require an expert, go find one.
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Ya that is what I should to however I just paid $7000.00 to a lawyer and I fought for two years and the only thing for him left to fight for was my pension even tho pensions told him her wasn't entitled to it. At the end(7 hours before I left for my new post) I agreed. My choices were to agree or I couldn't take our son out of province. I signed. Now it is time for the transfer, which I called to get done. and again was told he is not entitled to it. I don't understand why he is so fixed on the pension, I told him I would pay him out and his lawyer and him said no!!!
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Child support based on $65,000.00 Which his T4 listed $77,000.00.
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I'm curious, how did this come about, if his T4 lists a much higher income? Was that a one-time higher wage, not to repeat again? I know you mentioned travel costs, for the child to travel, which may have factored into this, but you mentioned that you pay for two of the 3 trips?

Sorry, not related to the pension question, but wondered about this, and it sounds like it was a recent agreement/decision.
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Probably a one time shot however he was the one that put into the agreement we are to exchange our t4 every year and this year he will probably make as much or more. I think the exact statement his lawyer put in was support was to be based of line 150 of his notice of assessment. Which works for me because I just filled to get it raised, it is $132 more a month. Ya we were bickering back and forth for two years and I was mentally getting tried when I found out in April I was posted in July he fought harder(even for property that was purchased long before we meet) 7 hours before I left the province he still was going to let me take our son(which he had seen in18 mths) I agreed to everything he wanted. My son had to come first!!!!
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Probably a one time shot however he was the one that put into the agreement we are to exchange our t4 every year and this year he will probably make as much or more. I think the exact statement his lawyer put in was support was to be based of line 150 of his notice of assessment. Which works for me because I just filled to get it raised, it is $132 more a month. Ya we were bickering back and forth for two years and I...
I asked, because if T4 says a different amount, it is pretty much a slam-dunk to get table amount of child support, according to one's income. You can't normally, negotiate this or "agree" on a different amount, if you end up not agreeing.

A judge would likley say, "you weren't paying enough, we need to bring that up".

It is quite "routine" for each party to exchange their T4s, and base child support off line 150. So it is good to agree to this exchange.
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I don't know why he wanted to exchange T4's knowing I was posted to a province where the cost of living is 3x the one I left. Will it is probability for the best I have submitted a support variation and we will see what comes of it. Like I stated in my previous post, he didn't sign for me to take our son out of province until 7 hrs before we were on the road and at that time I would have voluteered to give hime anything he wanted. I was a terrible two years of fighting and I just figured my son had been thru enough.
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don't know why he wanted to exchange T4's knowing I was posted to a province where the cost of living is 3x the one I left.
There is a valid reason why he wanted your T4, and the cost of living from province to province is irrelevant....your wages don't go up or down based on where you live in the country, unless you are on IR or getting PLD...do you agree?

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Like I stated in my previous post, he didn't sign for me to take our son out of province until 7 hrs before we were on the road
So he came round to doing what he thought was best for the child i.e. best interests in the end?

I personally think you need to separate emotions from the rigamarole, and perhaps then you will be able to close this chapter. The people that allow the emotions to fester, are the ones that carry on for years later...is that what you want?
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That is why wrote on the post last week and asked the question. Can i dispute. Because my pension is only worth $8800.00 to him. After I sent all the paper work for a division of pension. He is not entitled to anything. Now as part of the agreement I told him I would even tho pensions sent a letter. he is still insisting on a pension roll over. I offered a cash buy out and he doesn't want it. Now what?
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