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Old 01-21-2014, 10:57 AM
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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?
I'd say stick to your guns.
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Old 01-21-2014, 11:11 AM
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I'd say stick to your guns.
Pun intended? Don't go be giving her ideas now. puleeeeeese
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Old 01-21-2014, 11:59 AM
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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?
Just wait. Further action is on him. He'll either give up, or take you to court. At court, you present the arguments to the judge about him not being entitled to anything, and ask for costs because you gave him a prior offer that he refused.

Also, you signed that agreement under duress. 7 hours before your move? He cornered you by delaying and fighting until he had you in a position where you had to give him anything he demanded. You can have that reopened if you need to, though acting sooner rather than later is better.
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