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Pensions: Help!!!

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02 Jul 12 #340505 by Jules2012
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It''s obviously a minefield and I have not really got a clue where to start. Married for 24 years trying to put together our own financial plan for the Consent Order and my ex has the following pensions: StaKeholder, Company and Local Government. I do of course have some figures that he has passed to me but not going to post them. Is there anyone out there who is able to give me a little free advice? I am going to use the website calculator, but realise that this is not designed some pension schemes, and I have little knowledge of them. Thanks in advance if you can spare time to answer.

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05 Jul 12 #341258 by The Divorce IFA
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Can I ask what you are trying to achieve?

Are you looking for an equal division of the pensions?

Can you confirm that the pensions are going to be looked at in isolation of any other assets?

You can DM me if you want me to comment on the exact figures and background.
Otherwise, post the answers to the above for further guidance.

Phil

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