Hi, If you are married, the situation is different. If you are common law, then your partner would have to prove it would be unjust to not give her a share of your home and pension. This is not easily achieved. Common law partners do not automatically get half like in marriage. They have to prove to a judge that it would be unjust if they did not get something. Basically, they have to prove they have contributed to the acquisition of the property directly or indirectly. I would have to see the provision of the pension document to discuss its meaning. Book a consultation with one of our lawyers to discuss in more detail. We can help you.