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Category: annuity

This blog is about reversionary interests.
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Category: cash equivalent transfer values

It seems like the CETV has taken on a mythical like status these days with even clients paying much more attention to what they are and whether they are accurate. So what are they? What is contained in them and what importantly is left out?
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Category: pension sharing

As part of the work I do I am often contacted by solicitors, and clients going through divorce directly, to look at pension reports and to comment. The worry I have is that from this relatively small sample of what must actually be out there, is the number of basic errors and the poor methodology being used. It is frankly staggering.
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New CSA Rules

Apr 16, 2013
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Category: Divorce

In divorce, there are few issues that stir up as much controversy as child maintenance.
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The End of Legal Aid

Mar 14, 2013
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Category: Divorce

Cuts to the legal aid budget that come in next month are going to leave many vulnerable families deprived of vital services that only professionals can supply.
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Category: pension sharing

Technically speaking the cash equivalent transfer value (CETV) represents the expected cost of providing the member’s benefits within the scheme.
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Dead End Marriage

Mar 06, 2013
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Category: Divorce

Wife divorces husband over map-reading argument You have to feel a certain amount of sympathy here for Mark Powell. None of us know what goes on behind closed doors and even the most seemingly rock-solid couple might fight like cat and dog away from prying eyes; however, divorcing over a map reading argument?
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Category: Divorce

Not a good idea. Of course it may seem unfair to have to declare assets that were acquired before you got married; or assets that were solely paid for by you during the marriage, but the fact is if you aren’t up front about your finances during divorce then you are risking a spell in prison.
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Category: Divorce

You can’t get divorced unless you get married. Aside from stating the obvious, I’m underlining the point that these days marriage seems little more than a precursor to divorce.
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