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#1

If absolute divorce has been granted and there is no mention of this account, maybe being divided in the future or decided at a later date, then there is no way to go back and get this now. It will all depend on what your ED order or agreement states.


#2

My seperation agreement was incorporated into the divorce decree.

The seperation agreement states “that the wife is entitled to and will receive one half of the proceeds in the retirement account as of feb 21, 2003. The husband agrees to do what is necessary in order to effectuate the transfer to the wife her share from this plan.”

My attorney sent his attorney a letter in August 2005 requesting his retirment info but they never responded so nothing has ever been done.

Can I still go after this money?


#3

Yes.


#4

If you have a court order entitling you to these funds you can still pursue them.

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#5

Back in 2005 my attorney was supposed to get my X’s information regarding his retirment account at his work. My X never would get the information and his attorney never forced the issue. To date of course I have never received any money that I was entitled to.

How can I get this money? Do I have to have an attorney to get it or is there a lesser expensive way to go about it?

Thanks.