This blog is intended to encourage an exchange of ideas and promote debate about the financial issues that arise in a relationship breakdown. The concept is to create a platform for discussion that is not available elsewhere. Aimed mainly at professionals working in this area; lawyers, accountants, financial advisors and actuaries, it is also a potential source of information for the general public.
In our experience there is a significant variance in how professionals handle pension assets in divorce, with little consensus on which methods give the best outcome. We feel this is due in part to a lack of centralised knowledge and debate on what can be a complex issue. We intend to address this by posting our original articles on key subjects, as well as those contributed by others. Our intention is to post quality, discussion-worthy topics at least once a month, or more often if the need arises.
We encourage comments and contributions from all. Comments can be added to the articles on-line, if you would like to submit an article please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We have recently published a short series of articles, called "Why do wives lose out?" in the hope of sparking a debate about issues that we feel are important in our field of pension valuation and sharing in divorce.
Please click comments below to read the debate and add your own views.
You might also be interested in a parallel debate on the Wikivorce, the divorce support community site, which can be found here.