15 September 2020 | Comment | Article by Suzanne Browne
Pensions Awareness Day: Divorce
If you’re going through a divorce, dividing up any pensions you have will usually be one of the largest financial decisions you need to make.
Agreeing financial arrangements in your divorce can seem daunting; there are so many misconceptions and myths as to what each party is entitled to that it gets confusing.
The rules surrounding dissolution of a registered civil partnership are the same as those for divorce.
In this guide, we show you how to navigate through what may be uncertain territory during this emotional time. In it, we use the term ‘divorce’ to mean the end of a registered civil partnership as well as the end of a marriage.
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