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Old 01-24-2014, 12:20 AM
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Default Pension and Equalization

When I retire my ex wife is entitled to a portion of my pension, the total amount of which is $30 k. I have already consented to this and we do have a consent order reflecting this.

During the equalization process we agreed that the grand total that we would use to plug into the guideline and SS formula is $25 k. In other words this is the number which reflects the assets she was left with and the debt I was left with. So we are going to use the 25k to plug into the spousal support equalization.

What I'm wondering is, shouldn't the amount she will receive from my pension, when I retire,, also be included in the equalization, bringing the number to plug into the formula to $55 k?

Maybe I am way off but I had to ask as I don't want to overlook anything that my be in my favour.
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