Thank you. You can agree what you like between you, just get it into the consent order and sealed/rubberstamped by the court.
There is absolutely no reason why any pension figures could not be estimated if you are simply agreeing that each of you keep your own.
The simplest consent order is that each person keeps all the assets which they currently possess and that would include pensions.
I can’t help feeling that the solicitor is trying to prolong the agony here because he gets paid for it.
I would suggest you TELL the solicitor what you want and TELL the solicitor that’s what you want to go to the court and that if the judge wants those figures, then the judge can ask.
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I am not certain whether that answers the question for you or not, but I am happy to answer any specific points arising from this.
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