Are pensions divided? Dan Exner, J.D. | May 26, 2015 – from Catherine V. in Greendale, WI Question Details: If I go through a divorce, will my pension plan be divided between my husband and myself? Family Law Attorney Response: Pension plans can be divided based upon the divorce, length of pension plan, and other assets. However, the trial court retains broad discretion in dividing a pension plan between the parties. This discretion goes not only to the valuation of a pension but also to the mechanics of its division. Give me a call if you need a family attorney for your divorce. Dan Exner, J.D. Family Law Attorney Related Posts:Should my benefits be included in property division? July 22, 2014 Are railroad pensions reviewable when deciding a property division? June 4, 2015 Property & Debt Division: Basic Elements April 1, 2016 Is a federal railroad retirement pension divisible upon divorce? July 29, 2014 Is my husbands pension considered a divisible property or asset? July 22, 2014 Parenting Coordinators Protect the Best Interest of the Child September 11, 2015 Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.