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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Bingley v. Bingley

... SHEPARD, Chief Justice. Charles Bingley filed to dissolve his marriage with appellant Anne Bingley. Charles had retired from his employment with Navistar Corp., which paid premiums to a health insurance company on Charles's behalf as part of his pension plan. ...

Nornes v. Nornes

... $38,000.00 a year. The parties' only major assets were Husband's pension accounts, a Public Employee Retirement Fund ("PERF") account valued at $20,721.00 and a Deferred Benefit Plan ("DBP") valued at $22,438.00. [1] The ...

State v. Oddi-Smith

... Moreover, the statute provides that former officers of the sheriff's department or city police department who continue service after consolidation must retain their accrued pension fund or trust benefits and service credits earned during employment. Ind.Code Ann. ...