UK - Couples are avoiding pension sharing in divorce orders because they are too complex, a survey by the Solicitors Family Law Association shows.
The study said that while solicitors were “overwhelmingly” positive about pension sharing, couples in divorce wanted more straightforward solutions.
But SFLA chairman Jane Craig said avoiding pension sharing in divorce orders would be a mistake for some partners. “For some people, the pension fund could be worth more than the equity in the family home.”
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