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Pension Advisory Group seeks views for good practice guide

Online survey published

  • The Pensions Advisory Group is seeking the views of the profession to help inform a good practice guide they are currently working on.

    The Group, which comprises lawyers, pensions experts and academics, hopes to "benefit the legal and financial professions and the operation of family justice by improving understanding and consistency of the treatment of pensions on divorce."  

    They have already published draft reports on valuation and experts, both of which are currently out for consultation, and this survey is an extension of those activities. It is aimed at:

    (i) legal experts in England and Wales who deal with ANY matrimonial finance cases, and

    (ii) those financial experts who have been or are involved in valuing pensions or providing reports about pensions for divorcing couples and/or the court in matrimonial finance cases, in England and Wales. This does not need to be their main business – we are looking to hear from them if it forms any part of their practice. 

    The survey is in tick-box format and will take approximately 15 - 25 minutes to complete. 

    You can read more and complete the survey by clicking this link.

News, published: 12/06/2018

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Published: 12/06/2018

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