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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Taylor v. Taylor

... The trial court entered a final divorce decree, approving and incorporating the parties' agreement, making an equitable division award to Wife based upon her and Husband's pension contributions as employees, and ruling that each party shall be responsible for his or her own ...

Mullis v. Bibb County

... [2]. Viewed in the light most favorable to Mullis, the evidence shows that he worked for the county for almost 21 years and became vested in the county's pension plan, which was part of the county code. Under the pension plan ...

Stamey v. POLICEMEN'S PENSION FUND

Appellants are former sworn officers of the Atlanta Police Department who applied for and received disability pensions after injuries prevented them from continuing active service. While on disability, and without returning to active service, each reached the full retirement age, at ...