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Order Pensions on Divorce, Law, Practice & PrecedentsPensions on Divorce - Law, Practice and Precedents

David Salter, Mills & Reeve, Partner and Joint Head of Family Law
Maggie Rae, Clintons, Partner
Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons, Head of Strategic Development for Pensions

ISBN 978-0-9552834-4-4
£60.00 + £4.75 p&p

Pensions on Divorce book coverFor separating spouses and civil partners, pensions are often a vital consideration. They may be the most valuable potential asset that a family has. It is imperative, therefore, that the family lawyer, advising a client on divorce or family breakdown, deals properly with the consequent pension problems and opportunities. But pension schemes are not designed to cope with family breakdown, and pension legislation and industry practice are fraught with complexity.

In this important new title, three of the country’s leading experts combine their wealth of knowledge and experience to provide family lawyers with everything they need to handle the pension aspects of family breakdown. Covering the law, practice and procedure relevant to everyday and more unusual cases, this immensely practical work will become the essential handbook for all practitioners advising couples on divorce, nullity, judicial separation or dissolution of a civil partnership.

The text is fully up to date and supplemented by a score of invaluable precedents, together with all the relevant legislation and guidance.

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contents

Part 1 – Law and Practice

  • Foreword by Sir Mark Potter, President of the Family Division
  • Introduction
  • The UK Pension System
  • Disclosure of Pension Information in Family Proceedings
  • Valuing Pensions
  • Pensions and the Section 25 Exercise
  • Pension Sharing
  • Pension Attachment
  • Offsetting
  • Other Solutions
  • Special Situations
  • Insurance
  • Civil Partnerships
  • Financial Advice
  • Pension Scheme Practice

Part 2 – Precedents

  • Form P
  • Form P1 – Pension Sharing Annex
  • Form P2 – Pension Attachment Annex
  • Form BR19
  • Form BR 20
  • Specimen letter to pension provider
  • Specimen letter to actuary
  • Specimen letter to client
  • Form PR4 – Tracing request
  • Answer to divorce petition under MCA 1973, section 5
  • Reply to answer filed under MCA 1973, section 5
  • Pension attachment order undertakings
  • Pension attachment lump sum order
  • Pension attachment periodical payments order
  • Pension attachment death benefits order
    Pension attachment commutation order
  • Pension sharing order
  • Dismissal of pension sharing order
  • Expression of wishes relating to death benefits
  • Comparison of remedies chart

Part 3 – Legislation

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About the Authors

David Salter, Partner and joint head of family law at Mills & Reeve. David has a national reputation as one of the country’s foremost expert family law practitioners on the treatment of pensions on marital breakdown. He is the past chairman of Resolution’s pensions committee.

Maggie Rae, Partner and head of family law at Clintons, London. Maggie is a member of the
Government’s Consultation panel on pensions and divorce and was a special advisor to the Social Security Select Committee in relation to pensions and divorce. She is a member of the Resolution money and property committee.

Robin Ellison, Solicitor and Head of strategic development, pensions at Pinsent Masons Solicitors. Robin is chairman of the National Association of Pension Funds and he was founder member of the Association of Pension Lawyers.



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