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15 Apr 07 #69 by wrighty
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sadly, my husband of 12 months has decided he no longer wants to be married.he is 31, i am 27.

He is police officer. i am a teacher. No children involved.

His pension more significant than mine, including a substantial lump sum when he turns 51 (20yrs). he has a police mutual savings bond worth £3000 each year.
We co-habited for 3 years before marriage, throughout which he paid into this bond.

What am i entiled to from his pension/savings bonds.

I turned down promotion as i was pregnant. Sadly pregnancy failed but career still held back.Is this significant?
Thanks in advance

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