Can I get an estimate of the value of my future benefits for purposes of a divorce?
Agencies can prepare estimates of benefits that the employee has already earned. However, such estimates are not considered binding on the government. Also, an employing agency will not provide estimates that would require speculation about events such as promotions. Nor will it determine the “present value” of employee entitlements since they involve various economic and mortality assumptions. Likewise, the government will not become involved in determining the proper division of benefits between spouses.

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