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18 JUN 2012

Pensions on marital breakdown Part 2: offset, attachment, sharing and deferment

Beverley Morris
Partner/Solicitor, Collaborative Lawyer, Divorce and Family Law Practice LLP

George Mathieson
Mathieson Consulting

The second article in a series by George Mathieson and Beverley Morris in which the treatment of pensions on divorce is looked at in more detail by the examination of the client's objectives. Does a client want to pursue pension provision? Are there other assets they would rather target and adopt an offset? Is deferment/adjournment of the claim necessary to preserve the income stream?

To read the rest of this article, see July [2012] Family Law journal.

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