GA pension accounts are marital property, but only parties’ contributions as employees.

Judgment affirmed in parties’ divorce case; trial court did not abuse its discretion in failing to classify employer contributions to parties’ pension accounts as martial property and equitably dividing parties’ entire pension benefits; although pension accounts were marital property, evidence authorized finding that division of only parties’ contributions as employees to their pensions would best achieve equitable distribution; trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying wife’s request for attorneys’ fees.

Taylor v. Taylor, S07F1634 (01/28/08), 08 FCDR 207

Fulton County Daily Report, 02/08/2008.

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