Steps to take if your ex won’t provide details of the Cash Equivalent Transfer Value of a pension

  Our latest guest blog on The Divorce Magazine asks what you need to do if your ex won’t provide details of the Cash Equivalent Transfer Value of a pension.

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Pension reforms to fund ‘silver splitter’ divorces merely ‘headline hype’?

By Norman Taylor, collaborative family lawyer This April will see changes to the pension reform, which will make it easier and cheaper for people to withdraw money directly from their pension pots and remove the need to buy an annuity.

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Child Maintenance – all you ever needed to know

By Norman Taylor, Collaborative Family Lawyer The UK’s sixth largest union has hit out against the government’s Child Maintenance Service (CMS) condemning moves to charge parents a fee to access its help. Jayne Craven, industrial officer for the Public and … Continue reading

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Changes to the family courts – will they boost mediation rates?

By Fiona Kendall On April 22, the family justice system had a major reboot to make it more streamlined and efficient. Many of the changes are concerned with how the courts that make up the system are re-organised and re-designated.

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