Separation and divorce
Partitioning pension plans and retirement savings
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Pension plans and retirement savings: the impact of a breakup
Breakdown of a union (Retraite Québec)
Partition of employment earnings between spouses (Retraite Québec)
Divorced or separated: Splitting Canada Pension Plan credits (Government of Canada)
Separation, Divorce, Breakup... and Public and Private Pension Plans (Retraite Québec)
For married couples
Earnings registered under the Québec Pension Plan (Justice Québec)
The breakdown of your marriage or civil union (Retraite Québec)
For de facto partners
Partition of employment earnings by former de facto spouses (Justice Québec)
The breakdown of your de facto (common law) union (Retraite Québec)
What to know before partitioning pension plans
If you choose not to partition pension plans
Renouncing partition (Retraite Québec)
If you choose to partition pension plans and retirement savings
Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) or Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
Public Sector Pension Plan (Québec)
In the Event of the Breakdown of Your Union (Retraite Québec)
Employer-Sponsored Plans (private pension plans)
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF)
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