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He would only be entitled to claim a share of any pension assets accrued during the marriage, and not future assets.
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The property asset accrued during the marriage, so could be considered a joint asset.
There is no set formal here, and even assets classed as non-marital assets can be considered as part of a settlement depending on the overall picture.
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You could technically be entitled to a share of any asset that he has acquired prior to the divorce being finalised. Claims are stronger if you can demonstrate through a narrative that you have contributed to the property, but it's not essential to have done so to be awarded a share, as the court looks at your competing needs and the assets available to apportion a fair settlement.
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