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Pension Sharing in Practice

A Special Bulletin

£49.00

Provides practical advice on pension sharing orders in ancillary relief cases

  • Published: February 2003
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780853088462
  • Authors/Editors: David Salter
  • Category: Family Law
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Book printed softcover

£49.00
David Salter, a leading expert on this subject, offers timely advice in this extensively revised new edition of Pension Sharing in Practice. He answers questions such as:
  • When is a pension sharing order appropriate?
  • What can I do if the CETV does not reflect the true value of the pension scheme?
  • Does the statutory charge apply to a pension sharing order?
  • How do I get all the right information?

All practitioners doing ancillary relief work will benefit from the immensely practical advice contained in Pension Sharing in Practice.
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  • The Concept Explained
  • A User Guide Through the Maze of the Legislation
  • The Court's Powers
  • The Information you must have: Disclosure
  • Is Pension Sharing Appropriate?
  • Procedure, Variations and Appeals
  • Valuation
  • Traps for the Practitioner
  • Statutory Protection on Bankruptcy
  • Charges
  • Rebuilding
  • Financial Advice: The Role of the Expert
  • The Future

Appendices

  • Legislation
  • Specimen Letter to Pension Provider
  • PR4-Tracing Request
  • How to get a State Earnings Related Pension Scheme (SERPS) Valuation
  • Form P1 - Pension Sharing Annex
  • Pension Attachment Annex
  • Explaining the Pros and Cons: A Model Advice Letter
  • Form E: para 2.16
"simple and comprehensive ... essential reading"
Independent Lawyer

"should be on the shelves of firms and organisations or advice centres dealing with family finance for reference and for training purposes"

Association of Lawyers for Children
David Salter, Head of the Family Law Department, Addleshaw, Booth & Co Leeds, London and Manchester

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