Hi....Let me explain briefly. My husband of 36 years is divorcing me. Go figure! Anyway I'm disabled and receiving SSDI. I can no longer work. As we approach our final "agreements" in heading for divorce court I find that he has listed me as only receiving 50% of his pension should I survive him. Is this usual? It's a Defined Benefit Plan plus a SERP. However my daughter was just asking me why I wouldn't be eligible to receive 100% of it should I survive him? Does anybody understand these things and can you offer any advice? At least for what I should be looking for and the questions to ask. Yes, we're attempting to do this agreement ourselves to save attorney fees. But I need to understand more. Please advise. THANKSBarbie
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