Is his ex wife entitle to half of the full amount from his pension, will the half be deducted automatically

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Customer: Is his ex wife entitle to half of the full amount from his pension, will the half be deducted automatically
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Hello! My name is Debra (formerly known as Legal Ease). Thank you for your question. I'm reviewing it now, and will post back again shortly.

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I am just about to go to bed so I will answer now but I will have to address any follow-up questions in the morning.

His ex-wife will not be entitled to share in his pension because they have been separated for 10 years and too late for her to make a claim to the division of any assets. As well, the pension would have been treated as an asset when they divided up the assets so she would not have a claim in any event.

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We have just revived an email from his ex. She said that their daughter wants to take a 1 year trade course $15,000. That she will pay $6,000 she wants him to pay $6,000 and the girl the remaining $3,000. That if the daughter decides to go back to collage after that. She will be on her own. That if he accepts she will be sending him a sign acceptance letter from the daughter and he will only have to pay the $6,000 for the trade school and the remaining year of child support. Can that be done, or can the daughter come back even after signing the acceptance agreement and request more funding if she decides to go to collage after finishing the trade school? Should this letter of acceptance should be done by a lawyer including what trade she is taking and if there should be a certain grade maintained and to include school supplies, books, etc... ?
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Sorry, I just seen your answer... good night thank you for your help
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Yes your spouse should have a lawyer at least advise on this agreement as the mother of the daughter could come back for more support.

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