Legal Question in Family Law in Indiana


I was divorced in 1980 and at that time I had no vested pension rights.In 1984 I became employed by a different employer where I have now established a pension.Now that I,m getting ready to retire my ex-wife feels she should be entilted to to a percentage of my pension.Am I right in assuming since a pension was never established at the time of the divorce she has no claims on something that I have developed after the divorce?

Asked on 4/29/03, 10:07 am

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Dorene Philpot Philpot Law Office
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Re: Pensions

Your ex has NO rights to a company-sponsored pension that didn't exist at the time of your divorce.

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Answered on 4/30/03, 12:05 pm

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