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By: tompmiller | June 14, 2016

In a divorce, you may want to divide marital interest in a pension plan, but maybe not, maybe you would choose to offset interest in a pension against other assets or debts. Perhaps one party can retain the former marital residence and the other his/her pension, without dividing or buying out each other. Alternatively, maybe you want to keep your entire pension and are considering taking on all the marital debt in exchange for your spouse's waiver of his/her interest in your pension.

The first step, even before you answer the above questions is to know what the pension is worth. To make this determination, you will need an actuarial calculation. You can hire an actuary if you want a really good, well-reasoned calculation. On the other hand, ...