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yes we did, we first moved in together in 1996 and stayed living together to when we married in 2001.
My exes pension is only £5000. Assetts are 2 homes, one with £70,000 equity and the buy to let with £18,000. My car at £2000 and her car at £5000 which she had a fresh loan out for.
I am not working at the moment and live alone with my 2 children 50% of the time. My ex has moved in with another man who earns around £25,000 a year i think and she isnt working.
not sure what a sharing order is ? but yes i was looking at trading off some of the pension as im very keen on keeping both of the property's.
I'm getting a bit lost along the way here im afraid.
So with a £60,000 total pension pot are you saying i shouldnt give her £30,000 cash ? But give her only £7,500 instead ?
You may need to word it differently to me.
As i understand it you are saying i could EITHER give her 50% of the pension (£30,000 of pension money for a fund in her name) OR i could offer her £7500 in cash.
So £30,000 of pension money is roughly equivalent to £7,500 cash in these 'paying off' in these situations?