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Old 09-19-2010, 10:43 AM
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Hi. I was wondering if anyone knows anything about the passing of bill 133?

This bill is suppose to change pension reform in Family Law.In a nut shell you would no longer have to include your pension into the equilization payout to your ex.
I am representing myself in my first case conferrance soon and want to no more about this bill 133.
If i dont have to payout the pension i wont.

Is there a web site i can find out about the bill. Thanks. Good luck to everyone.Especially the ones who got cheated on.
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Legislative Assembly of Ontario | Bills & Lawmaking | Current Parliament | Bill 133, Family Statute Law Amendment Act, 2009
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You will still have to equalize the qualifying portion of your pension, the Bill just makes it easier for the other side to obtain the information from your provider without your consent, and also makes it easier to apportion their qualifying share directly out of your pension by severing it as opposed to you having to equalize with RRSP funds or equity in a mat home.
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