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Sarah French: " Divorce aside, in my experience many IFAs pick up significant business following the conclusion of the mediation process."
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Sarah French: " Divorce aside, in my experience many IFAs pick up significant business following the conclusion of the mediation process."

The vast majority of divorcees do not have a financial adviser, writes Sarah French, despite the fact this is precisely the time they should have access to such services - and advisers should actively seek to be involved

In the two decades since pension sharing was introduced in 2000, some two million couples have divorced. Many of these divorcees will have ended up walking away with sizeable assets and little, if anything,...

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