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Pensions options in divorce

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26 May 21 #516817 by Irungu
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Dear All,

I am the applicant in our divorce proceedings and now LIP as the legal fees are unrelenting. We are awaiting for final hearing dates and need a pension actuary. Any recommendations and average cost?
Also I have an NHS pension with CETV £200k,anyone has an idea what the actual value might be?
Lastly, what options do I have pension offsetting? pension attachment order? pension sharing ?Which is the best option bearing that I have a higher pension than my STBX? Many thanks for all your help.

Kind Regards
Phylis Muhia

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