You can request it in writing. If she refuses you could file a motion with the court. Is she garnish your music residuals? If so, you would need to file a motion to stop the garnish
When you say she is that the ex or do I file a motion for the pension to release that
what type of motion?
I would first start with your ex. If she won't provide the information I would then request it from the pension, if not you would need to file a motion to compel
no she would not provide she has actually called and said I was dead trying to take all my pension.
I Have verbally requested from pension they declined.
How much does a motion cost?
Oh wow! If it is your pension they should release the information to you. You have every right to know, as it is your pension. The other tool available would be to ask about her income and she would have to declare it as income
They said that it is she separate participant at this point.
Can you give referral for lawyer
Yes essentially she does become a separate participant but she cannot draw on it until you retire generally . Have you retired
I have retired
I cannot refer a specific lawyer as that is against this website's policy but let me find a general link of lawyers for you
you can use this website to find a local attorney
if you have retired then she is receiving her portion
not sure loop hole in divorce did not require her to immediately take to release garnishments. My lawyers messed up.
but quadro stated upon her taking pension it releases garnishment
I am not sure without seeing the language in your QDRO i would advise finding a local attorney and having them review the QDRO and see if there is a means to contest it now
and any support, she got 22 yr old child unamminicapated
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