May 3, 2019

Divorce, retirement and pension share orders: why you should tread carefully

By Norman Taylor When couples divorce or terminate a civil partnership, a key issue is dividing any pension rights that have been built up during – and possibly before – the relationship started. In fact, it has become more common for pension pots to make up the second highest value asset in a divorce settlement […]

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