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Topic: Re: Pension Sharing Order (PSO)
Written By: Pansy Gale - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for the reply - food for thought. I take your point re the overpayment and understand the temptation to look about for blame. If I had, however, been given a letter re the enactment date as you suggest some companies send out I would have put the money aside each month and perhaps not supported my children to the extent I have this past year. Thanks again
Topic: Re: Pension Sharing Order (PSO)
Written By: Pansy Gale - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you. You are right - it is in payment. I am looking at making a formal complaint. Useful info re ombudsman. Cheers
Topic: Re: Solicitor sent me someone else paperwork plus other errors
Written By: Pansy Gale - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi I am not a professional but I would say your first action could be to write to the solicitor. It would be good if they could re-assure you that everything had been done properly. I agree it sounds concerning. If you get no reply or an unsatisfactory one perhaps you could look into a complaint? Google gave me the following; and and I don't know about you but I became afr
Topic: Re: Pension Sharing Order (PSO)
Written By: Pansy Gale - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi I was about to contact my ex to remind him re the PSO but that morning I had a letter asking for £2700 in back payments which the pension co. say I have been overpaid. In March 17 I e-mailed the pension co.to ask re when would the PSO be enacted and was told that upon receipt of the fee of £352.50, the case will be referred to the scheme actuary who will calculate the options and that
Topic: Re: Pension Sharing Order (PSO)
Written By: Pansy Gale - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi Thank you for your reply. I am not paying in any more as I retired 2013. I take your point as I hate it hanging over me Thanks again
Topic: Pension Sharing Order (PSO)
Written By: Pansy Gale - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi I had my decree absolute last Feb (2017). I then sent off my PSO form and fee within the 4 months allowed - my husband was to have 19% of my pension. I contacted the pension provider by autumn because he had still not sent his form and fee in (and still hasn't to date). My ex said he had had a letter from them as he had a new address. I recently wrote back to the pension company as I was
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