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Offsetting: Pensions and Divorce

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PatTheDog Thu 24-Jan-13 09:51:08

Thanks Collaborate

Collaborate Thu 24-Jan-13 06:58:01

Richard Jacobs in Stoke isn't an actuary but he is a Resolution accredited pension specialist and does reports for £900 plus vat.

PatTheDog Wed 23-Jan-13 23:02:20

Has anyone got any experience of this? I'm tyring to work out if it would be better for me to accept a bigger percentage share of the house instead of a share of STBXH's pension.

How do I work out what percentage share my slice of the pension would be equal to? Or do I have to pay for a report from an actuary? (Scared... have heard that's expensive and don't know if it would be worth my while).

Any tips gratefully appreciated. I'm panicking!

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