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Divorce and U.K. Pension Rights

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David Salter and Gerry Wendrovsky write that it is well established in New York that pension rights earned during a marriage "are properly considered marital property subject to equitable distribution." But what happens when a New York matrimonial litigant's pension benefits are foreign, administered by a plan administrator outside the jurisdiction of a New York court?

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