I'd 'googled' Miller vs Miller, (very heavilly reported case). Basically short term marriage, he multi-millionaire, she walked off with millions, (despite length of marriage). I think she had considerably increased his wealth (as I've done) in a short time.
He went all guns blazing into disputing it all. He failed to overturn the desicion, so he went crying to the press.
I think 'Google' reports were from the Jewish Cronicle, and maybe Sunday Times.
Pension Adjustment Orders
Your husband should check with the trustees of the pension scheme, (assuming this is a work pension scheme) I would think it is important if it is a defined contribution scheme or a defined benefit scheme. I was trying to 'google' pension adjustments on divorce but did not come up with a clear statment might be useful: - www.uknetguide.co.uk/Finance/Pensions/
3rd bite at the cherry - just does not bear thinking about !!!
A former spouse can then continue with post divorce contributions to their existing pension arrangements without further claim from the former spouse. In the case of a pension sharing order there will be no opportunity for a variation after the granting of the Decree Absolute. However, for an earmarking order on a pension arrangement such as an occupational pension scheme or a personal pension, any post divorce contributions will continue to add to the retirement benefits at retirement age.
This will result in more accrued benefits in a defined benefits scheme such as extra years in a final salary pension, or a larger pension fund value in a defined contribution scheme such as stakeholder pensions. As the post divorce contributions are also subject to an earmarking order, the scheme member may chose to stop payments to this scheme and start a new one that will not be subject to the earmarking penalty.