L&G Retail launches adviser handbook on later life divorce

To help support advisers dealing with clients going through a divorce

Jenna Brown
clock • 1 min read

Legal & General (L&G) Retail has launched an adviser handbook to help IFAs assist clients who are going through a divorce in later life.

Divorce in later life: the expert's handbook has been written for advisers and features insight on how to talk to clients who are ending a marriage in later life. The provider said the free guide could help advisers drive fairer financial outcomes for separating couples when dividing assets, such as pensions and property. It said the resources had been developed following recent research into later-life divorce which showed that only 12% of divorcees over 50 consulted a financial adviser, which can have long-term financial implications. Two in five divorcees (41%) felt that the outcome o...

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