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I know for a fact that he is trying to find every opportunity to get me into a court as he knows I cannot afford a solicitor.
The previously discussed pension share sought to offset your client''s pension fund against my pension funds thereby allowing me to retain a greater share of my pension funds in lieu of any claim I had on your client''s fund.
I maintain that this is the most cost-effective method of division and my calculations propose that I retain x% of my pension funds and your client can have a pension share for the remainder.
Please take your client''s instructions upon the contents of this letter.
On a side note, have you obtained legal advice? As you contributed to your first pension prior to marriage it would be perfectly proper to exclude the pre-marital contributions.