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Understanding and Protecting Pensions Sharing Orders

Recording of webinar first broadcast on Wednesday 25th November 2020.

  • Watch our webinar with Rhys Taylor, Barrister at 36 Family, Mena Ruparel, specialist family law solicitor and arbitrator, and Mike Horton, barrister at Coram Chambers, recorded live on Wednesday 25th November 2020.

    Points covered include:

    • Using a financial neutral after relationship breakdown
    • The pension/financial information assessment meeting ("P/FIAM") – how it can help clients and solicitors?
    • Protecting a pension sharing order – when is a pension sharing order effective?
    • What is the status of a pension sharing order after a Rose order but before a draft has been sealed?
    • Typical undertakings that would be prudent to ask for.
    • If undertakings not forthcoming, how do injunctions work in the pension sharing context?
    • Problems with injunctions and occupational pensions

    The notes for the session can be downloaded here

    The Speakers

    Rhys Taylor
    Email: rtaylor@36family.co.uk
    Website: www.36group.co.uk
    Twitter: @RhysTaylor32

    Mena Ruparel
    Email: mena@menaruparel.com
    Website: www.fiams.co.uk
    Twitter: @avoidgravity

    Michael Horton
    Email: mh@coramchambers.co.uk
    Website: www.coramchambers.co.uk
    Twitter: @mhbarrister

Webcast, published: 01/12/2020

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Published: 01/12/2020

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