Well I would question whether it was worth it financially or emotionally to bother with another one - it is a bit old but adjurning a hearing or endless solicitors letters at at great cost, delaying the resolution and all that - I think unless the amount is spectacular I would leave it unless you are unhappy about other disclosures or non disclosures.
Also as Dukey pointed out on another thread somewhere court hearings these days are getting shorter and shorter so best to concentrate on the big issues and not get bogged down with smaller details - not as if there is no disclosure of pension and CETV are good disclosures in any case.
The significance of having a CETV which is out of date will depend upon the circumstances. Based on the old CETV, is the pension asset substantial relative to other assets?
If the pension is from a defined benefit type pension scheme then it will have incrreased over the perod from May 2011 to date. This increase could be up to 30% or more as market rates of interest have fallen significantly over the 16 months.
There are no other assets. He has been very reluctant to hand over any documents. It has taken me two and a half years to get him to disclose bank statements and his mortgage statement. There is a lot of stuff he still hasn''t disclosed which I''m far from happy about. I''m convinced he''s hiding something. You don''t live with someone for 18 years without learning a bit about them! So, yes, I do feel that an up to date CETV is necessary.