You will get your portion of your husband’s pension when he is able to collect on his pension benefits.

Good luck,

Shonnese D. Stanback
The Rosen Law Firm
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I am still trying to get my attorney to finish a Quadro I believe I need. I was divorced 2 years ago. My attorney did do the Quadro for a 401K and I have received that money. My ex-husband has a pension as well. My judgement states that I do get half of his pension. This is my question:

Does this mean that I get half his pension from the day the Judgement was signed or half of his pension when he collects?

Do I need a Quadro for that? I have no proof other than the Judgement that states this.