Hi Care, we met in 1998 and married in august 2001. I have my navy pension from 1980 to 1990. I transferred that to my police pension 2006 to current
I have another pension from 1990 to 2003, we were only married from 2001 and I left that pension scheme in 2003.
We have no assets, I had to pay off arrears on the mortgage but then had to force a repossession and lost about 30k we both walked away with 3.5k each
We had an IVA that I paid towards with nothing from her, it is now settled.
I take home ca £1500 pm she takes ca £900 pm plus whatever lodge money she gets from her two daughters, she previously claimed she was only taking £20 per week from them.
Thank you shaun
Hi Clare, the IVA was for £84k I managed to get the payments cut short when we split up and we ended up paying about £33k. She stopped paying her share of the IVA and mortgage, so it was all left to me. I was paying about £300 pm for the IVA.She also trashed the house when she left, causing about £3k worth of damage which reduced the value of the house when I tries t sell it.
Thank you for the advice, I will be providing the information ASAP but can you please clarify for me. Will her claim be from the start of our relationship 1998 or from the time that we were married 2001.
Thank yo for your advice. I now have the CETV for my Novartis pension, this is the one I had in place before we married. If she gets anything she will only be entitled to it from August 2001 to June 2003. The CETV is £148,995.54. To be honest with you I haven't got a clue what that means in relation to what she could get. If the court issue a Pension sharing Order, the fees will be £3000 to £3500, can I ask the court to make her pay that or will it be my responsibility.
With the limited info that you have, do you think the courts will award her my pensions? Can I argue the fact that she has lost me thousands, by causing damage to the house and forcing a repo?
I paid into the Novartis pension from 01/03/1992 to 30/06/2003 my pension revalued 31/12/13 was £6,983.74 pa.
My combined Police and navy pension CETV calculated when divorce proceedings started 17/07/12 was £84,808.46. I'm awaiting updated figures.
9 years 309 days was transferred from my navy pension to police pension, i have been in the police pension since June 2006 to current. My 2013 statement pension at age of 65 will be £13,724.89, lump sum of £12,371.94
thank you, ***** ***** very helpful.
With the Police Pension she has a claim on half of 6/18ths (1/6) or £14,134.
If this figure includes my Navy pension I need to try and work out what 9 years 309 days is equivalent to so I can try and argue the point in court. I think i have the transfer value somewhere, would the court agree to deducting that value from the total that they can award her.
As this dispute is only about my pension, do I need to provide all my income and expenditure when I give her solicitor my financial disclosure or just provide the pension info?