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Hi, thank you for your question. Are there currently court proceedings in place and if so, what is the next hearing?
Please also confirm what each of your pensions are worth?
Thanks. The main pension changes (for private pensions) took place in 2015, in which you would be able to draw your pension as lump sums when you reach 55 years old.
The changes that were implemented in April 2016 were mainly in relation to the state pension so will not impact your CETV.
In any event, as you are not in court proceedings it is for you and your ex to agree which figures to use and at which cut off date. If either of you were to proceed to court you would need to obtain an updating CETV for the proceedings.
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It may just be an update to your CETV. The acturist will likely want to work on updated figures as this will impact matters if it proceeded to court.
Court proceedings will only commence if either of you pursue an application - for example if no agreement can be reached.
The actuary can still report back based on the previous figures and once you have obtained the updating CETV they can provide an updating report outlining if their position differs due to the change of CETV.