David Downie: The crucial role of advisers (and cashflow models) in 'no fault' divorces

Is this the end of the blame game?

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"Divorces will be going through the courts faster, and therefore the fair distribution of pension benefits on divorce takes on new significance." - David Downie
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"Divorces will be going through the courts faster, and therefore the fair distribution of pension benefits on divorce takes on new significance." - David Downie

As a new Act is expected to spark an increase in divorces, the need for actuarial support and straightforward financial advice rises too, explains David Downie

Is this the end of the blame game? In April next year, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 - designed to allow married couples in England and Wales to issue divorce proceedings without...

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