I have been asked to look at this for you but to be honest, I
would if I was you, have continued with Claire, because she is the best
family/divorce solicitor on this site.
She is not acting for you or your husband and based upon accurate
facts from both of you, there can only be one answer and there cannot be a
conflict of interest.
I have had questions where both husband and wife have been on the
same thread and it is actually been really interesting to respond to them both
because the facts coming from one tend to be different and the facts coming
from the other.
However each of them read each other's posts and the matter was
resolved between them without solicitors arguing between the solicitors,
charging £500 per hour. That kind of cost needs to be taken into consideration
if you are going to have solicitors having a bun fight with each other at your
However if you are adamant that you want someone else to answer I
will continue. I shall leave that with you
Your husband has done a trade with you. He has offered you 70% of
the house and he gets 30% but he wants to keep 60% of his pensions. If you don't
want an argument and for him to offer you 60% of the house (which is probably
the maximum you would get if it went to court), you might want to consider
taking his offer.
It comes down to what the pensions are worth and what the house
is worth and doing the maths.
Can either I or Claire help further?