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Topic: Re: Pension split during divorce
Written By: gammyleg - 10 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Again, thanks for the great advice. I now have a much better idea of what is now required and could well be in touch soon to arrange for your services in moving this forward. Regards
Topic: Re: Pension split during divorce
Written By: gammyleg - 10 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
David, Perfect advice, thanks for the information. Is it a particularly complicated &/or expensive process to arrange for a pension share? Also, as I stated in the original post, I have 4no pensions. Each one has performed differently in respect of how well the funds have been invested and for how long they were being paid into. Can I assume that my ex can pick & choose which one(s)
Topic: Re: Pension split during divorce
Written By: gammyleg - 11 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the reply. Who would take the'tax hit' and how much would it be? I plan only to take out what was necessary to pay to my ex. The remainder would stay in my pension scheme.
Topic: Pension split during divorce
Written By: gammyleg - 11 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, My wife & I ( 55yrs & 54 yrs resp.) are planning to divorce after 7 years of separation. It is quite amicable and we have so far split everything 50/50. The only outstanding item is now our respective pensions. I expect that my pensions ( 4no so far with various employers ) will have a higher value than hers as I have worked all my life whereas she took time off to look after th
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