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Common Law Pension

Posted in Location, Ontario, Scarborough, Separation by Questions on October 24, 2013

We’ve been together for 33 years.
She wants out.
We own a house she is on title.. I owned a house before I met her
our current home is not the one that I had originally.
She has credits card debts. The house is paid off and and I have no debts.

We are both retired. My income is CPP and OAS.. plus my RSPS.
She receives a monthly private pension of approximately 3000.00
a month..
My question is ..Am I entitled to a portion of her pension or some sort of compensation for the pension..The pension was earned entirely while we were together.
Would spousal support be available in this situation.

1 Expert Comment

  1. On October 25, 2013 at 2:47 pm
    Barry Nussbaum, JD, MBA said:

    YES YOU WOULD BE ENTITLED TO THE PENSION AND SPOUSAL SUPPORT IN ORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES

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