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Exploring Alternatives for Pension Division in Divorce: Offsetting and Attachment

Generally speaking, a pension sharing order is the simplest and easiest way to make sure that pensions are shared fairly during a divorce. However, there are situations where pension sharing is not possible, such as with a state pension. In such…

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Understanding Pension Valuations During Divorce

Pensions are important assets to include in divorce proceedings, as they are often worth more than any other asset on the table. They’re also unusual, because the pension’s recipient might have to wait decades before he or she is able to access it.…

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The Pension Sharing Order: A Key Component in Divorce Proceedings

Divorce can be a stressful process, but dividing complex assets like pensions doesn’t have to add to that stress. One of the most common and straightforward ways to handle pensions during a divorce is through a pension sharing order, and it’s what…

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Will My Pension Be Considered An Asset In Divorce?

If you are considering divorce, and either you or your partner has a pension, you may be wondering whether it will be considered an asset. The short answer is that it will, regardless of what type of pension it is.  The longer answer is that your…

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An Ultimate Guide to Pensions in Divorce

Introduction: Coming to a fair and equitable financial agreement is one of the most challenging areas of divorce proceedings, but it is also one of the most important. For many separating couples, making sure the finances are dealt with accordingly…

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Navigating the Journey of Separation: A Guide to Supportive Resources

Separation can be a challenging journey for families, but it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. There are several resources designed to support you through this transition, offering guidance and practical help. Let’s explore three key…

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Seven Ways You Can Get a Separation Agreement

The prospect of going to court is a concern for many couples looking to separate. They might have nightmares about being financial or emotional drained, or about unjust court decisions. Rest assured, the majority of these concerns are unfounded.…

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In the Child’s Best Interest: Separation for Parents

Today, we delve into the heart of separation agreements to examine what difference it makes when there are children involved. From those seeking them to family lawyers, arbitrators, mediators, judges, and other stakeholder, a clear consensus seems…

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Understanding Your Financial Rights in a Separation: A Guide for UK Families

Navigating through a separation can be a challenging time, particularly when it comes to understanding your financial rights and planning for the future. This blog post aims to provide a clear and comprehensive guide to help you understand your…

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