Husband’s railroad pension contributions in the 18 and one-half years following dissolution constituted after-acquired property that was beyond the scope of the settlement agreement to divide. Property subject to division included that owned prior to marriage or acquired after the marriage but before separation, but did not include post-dissolution employer contributions to a retirement fund, and the sole objective of the settlement agreement was to divide property acquired by the parties before the date of final separation.
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