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20 Mar 08 #17318 by bournend41
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divorced aprox 6 yrs ago.husband was in raf for 22 yrs of our marrage,on leaving the raf after serving the 22 yrs he recieved a lump sum in which i recieved 10,000 pound on the understanding i wouldnt interfere with his pension,i was made to sign a written (unwitnessed) agreement.realising this was a mistake,i spoke to a number of people who made me aware i was intitled to alot more.im in need of advice, was this a leagaly binding document in which i signed,this was only a piece of paper written up between our selves.help please.

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21 Mar 08 #17328 by TMax
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did you go to court for the FH in which the fincial side of things were sorted out, the judge would of asked if you were happy with the settlement. You were short changed that is for sure but wether it would be financial viable to go back to court youd have to check, the document you signed who wrote it, and who holds it. if the judge didnt see the document it isnt worth what its written on, youl have to get a sol who can deal with pensions.

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