Pensions and divorce: Why financial advice is a 'game changer'

Talking to a financial adviser helps achieve fair outcomes

Jenna Brown
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Achieving a fair financial settlement at the end of a gruelling divorce process, including the division of pension assets, is achievable for more splitting couples if financial advice is part of the process, writes Jenna Brown

While not on the best seller list for 2024, as yet, the second edition of The Guide to the Treatment of Pensions on Divorce is hot off the press. This is essential reading for professionals involved in the divorce process and provides insight, guidance and a framework for how pensions should be treated as couples divide assets. Royal London pensions and legal expert Clare Moffat was at the launch event of the publication and explains the guide was originally produced as there was a problem with family courts not being familiar with pensions despite it often being the largest pot of mo...

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