Hi, thank you for your question. Please would you elaborate more on what information you are seeking so I can an assist you.
Just a bit more information required:
-How old are you both?
-How much is his pension worth and how much was accumulated during the marriage?
-Do you have a pension, if so what is it worth?
-What are your job and income prospects?
-What other assets do you both have, together with values?
Thank you for confirming. Pension sharing will be difficult given that you are both relatively young and the marriage may be considered short, especially as you do not have children together. Furthermore, as you appear to have capacity to accumulate your own pension, and approximately 20 years before usual retirement age, a court will unlikely agree that pension sharing is appropriate in your circumstances. In any event he will have good argument to exclude pension accumulated prior to the marriage, given the short marriage and your ages.
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