Thank you for confirming.
in this case, as he has remarried, he is statute barred from claiming on your assets, bar the pensions.
You should issue a D11 application to strike out all claims for lump sums, property adjustment, settlement or transfer of property and periodical payments on the basis that he has remarried (state the date he remarried), is therefore statute barred from making any such claims and that this is an abuse of process, asking the court to list the matter for directions before a district judge to deal with the issue of the pension sharing applications.
Bearing in mind your first marriage ended in 2011, claims on your pension will be limited.
As to your second husband, he may have claims on any assets acquired during your second marriage. Anything that predates the second marriage should be excluded from a settlement 'pot'.
The D11 application is here:
I trust that this assists and answers your questions about this?