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27 May 12 #333299 by prm7
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My wife solicitor has put a proposal in of 100% pension order what dons this mean to me and my pension?

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27 May 12 #333305 by maisymoos
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Does your wife have a pension to? How old are you both?

It is hard to guess without knowing more details in relation to the rest of the financials being considered.

It sounds like she is asking for 100% of your pension. Is it a proposal for a pension "sharing" order? This would seem very high but without knowing more detail it is difficult to know.

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27 May 12 #333317 by somuch2know2
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It means feck all. Its a proposal and thats it.

Also- its hard for anyone to comment without knowing your ages, kids ages, and what other assets are on offer, but from experience- people will try and take as much as they can- it doesn''t mean they will get it.

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27 May 12 #333328 by prm7
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no kids are involved they are all over 18,

We split over 2 1/2 years ago have already sold family home with a 50-50 split except 30,000 was held back. She at first wanted half the house and an extra 40,000 for compensation to giving up her career to look after our children then it dropped to 30,000 which I refused then it 500 a month till I die or she dies or remarries I refused, my solicitor suggested we now go to court but we had to go to mediation first she refused to go, then I got a proposal of she got 23,000 I get 7,000. the offer now is that she gets 20,000 I get 10,000 but she wants hundred percent of my pension. I am 57 she is 56

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