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28 Feb 19 #506467 by waynekerr
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I am going through arbitration and we are getting a pension actuary to do a report for pension sharing. My wife has a final salary pension. The pension actuary is taking a long time to do the report-6 weeks and she is still asking questions from my wifes pension provider. Anybody out there pension sharing with a spouse where a final salary is involved?

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