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FAQ: Pension sharing precedents

6 June 2016

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Precedents for pension sharing

Salter, Pension Sharing in Practice. 2nd ed (2003):

• Appendix 7: Model advice letter from solicitor to client.

Practical Matrimonial Precedents (looseleaf, 1988-) Volume 1:

• Precedent B4(f): Form PPF1 Pension Protection Fund Sharing Annex to a Pension Compensation Sharing Order.

• Precedent B4(g): Form PPF2 Pension Protection Fund Attachment Annex to a Pension Compensation Attachment Order.

Matrimonial Property and Finance (looseleaf, 2000-):

• Precedent G[102]: Pension Enquiry Form.

• Precedent G[103]: Pension Sharing Order.

• Precedent G[105]: Pension Earmarking Order.

• Precedent G[107]: New Wife to Execute Deed of Assignment of Widow’s Pension.

• Precedent G[108]: Attachment of Earnings Order re Pension.

• Precedent G[111]: Agreed Pension Share Where Courts Lacks Jurisdiction.

Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents. (2011 reissue) Volume 16(2):

• Form 97: Pension Sharing Order.

Atkin’s Court Forms. (2012) Volume 20(3):

• Form 34: Pension Sharing Order.

• Form 35: Annex to a Pension Sharing Order.

Record last checked 31 May 2016.

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