I'm having trouble getting my pension benefits because my ex-wife (not divorced separated 28 yrs.)refuses to sign any papers for me to get them. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
3 Answers from Attorneys
The only help of any value to you is a court order. You'll have to bring a motion in the old divorce case, or a new filing if necessary. Contact your divorce attorney, or a new one.
You posted your question under Appeals and Writs, but it really belongs under Family Law or Elder Law. If you re-submit it under one of those categories it will reach more lawyers with the relevant expertise.
I agree with Mr. Hoffman, I suggest you repost in family law. Most of the attorneys that answer that category will tell you to speak in person to a family lawyer, who will want to review the divorce file.
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