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Thanks for your question. Under Scots law you are entitled to half of all assets accrued during the marriage including property, pensions, shares etc. The proportion of each can be a matter for discussion. For example if you want the house for you and your son then you could agree that you get the house but less of his pension. That is just an example. There is flexibility in the law and the parties can agree anything they want. If they can't agree the court will decide for them. So a pension share would be part of the overall settlement. Happy to discuss further. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time.
If he takes proper advice that should not happen. If it does then yes, it can take time and if th case is raised by you in this country he would have to instruct representation here. That is sometimes not easy in family law cases as personal appearances are required during the court procedure.