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Old 05-26-2006, 06:04 PM
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There is always more to the story

Definitely the accrued value of the pensions for the time of the relationships should be shared along with Canada Pension Plan Credits and also RSP contributions.

Yes, I do agree it appears she acted as a parent and may be obligated to provide a guideline amount of child support based on her income.

Not sure how much was contributed to her pension but here is a guess with Arbitrarily values of her pension

4% x 30K = 1200 plus
employer contribution at 8% = 2400 (employer contribution is usually 2 x employee's contribution)or
3600/year contribution x 5 years = 18000 over 5 years (Not including interest)

50% accrued pension value in 5 years 18000 / 2 = 9000 in your favor.

I think the value of such big ticket items should be shared such as a Harley especially since the purchase of such was financed. I suspect the bank has a lien on the bike also.

Have you consulted with your ex and put the issues on the table? If anything this would give you an idea where you stand and what course of action to take.