I do have a copy but it is in storage at the moment as we are moving I can find it but it could take a couple of days the only thing that I remember is that the Judge wanted to make the order for 1p so that it left the window open if I needed to go back for support and the 2 AVC were suggested so that I would not then take any of his pension I will try to find the document.
I was divorced ion 23rd February 1995 and a court order was issued at Bow County Court in front of a Deputy District Judge NaqviThe first part of the order was to do with the property which my ex husband and I owned together and the order has been followed in that respect it is the second apart of the order which I am having problems with.The Judge ordered that 3. The Petitioner do transfer an endowment policy held with Midland Life Ltd policy no. R81235901R within 28 days from the date of this order.4. The Petitioner will continue to make payments to his additional voluntary contributions pension with the National Provident Institution pension policy no. Vo5645/A at the rate of £27 per month. The Petitioner shall within 28 days from the date of this order make such provisions as required to effect the policy into the Respondents sole name.It would seem that he never did this.He retired in March and I managed to speak to him in May and asked about the above and he told me that the court order was not worth the paper that it was written on and I was getting nothing from him.Should I take this matter back to Bow County Court or is he right and it is not worth anything. Edit
Should I apply to take it back to Bow County Court for the money from the Added Voluntary Contribution to be paid to me or is this what I am doing by submitting the form D11