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    chrisjackson Posts: 3, Reputation: 1
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    Dec 18, 2007, 01:03 PM
    Her pension vs no pension
    My friends is getting divorced and being sued for infidelity. His wife has a great teachers pension. What percent do you think he may be entitled to. The point is they have 2 houses and land, but she is the bread winner. He wants to keep the primary home. They live in NY. I doubt the charge of infidelity will hold any water.
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    George_1950 Posts: 3,099, Reputation: 236
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    Dec 18, 2007, 09:51 PM
    Your friend needs to seek the advice of a competent lawyer. His entitilement to marital property is determined by different factors; the primary one, based upon what you have indicated, may the evidence his wife has of his alleged infidelity. He most certainly has a claim, but a jury can do whatever it wants, within reason. Best of luck.

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