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Pensions 2019 Podcast

Recorded 24th July

Presented by Matthew Richardson, Coram Chambers

Following our recent pensions negligence podcast in May, this new follow up podcast looks at the recent Pensions Advisory Group's final report and recommendations for family lawyers.


An overview of what the Pension Advisory Group is and what their report is including;

- A summary of how the report is arranged and the topics covered

- A review of some key pensions concepts and definitions

   - Then a more detailed look at some of the selected highlights, including

- The key stages of dealing with pensions in a case

- Offsetting

- Apportionment a.k.a. ring-fencing

- Equalisation of capital or income

- Experts – when to instruct, who to ask, what to ask

- Complicating factors

- State pensions

- Some worked examples

About our presenter

Matthew maintains a diverse practice spanning all areas of family law, specialising in private client matters including financial remedies, Schedule 1, TOLATA, and children law.

His particular areas of expertise include hidden assets and non-disclosure, mental health issues, ‘parental alienation’, relocation (internal and international) and complex high-conflict relationships. Recent and forthcoming seminars and articles include case strategy in modest- and moderate-asset family finance cases and the nuances and pitfalls of parental alienation allegations.

Matthew was also part of the Pensions Advisory Group in setting out the final report.

CPD - 1 hour (SRA A2)

Recording format - mp4 with MS Power Point Slides.

Cost to download

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Click below to preview the first 3 minutes

Why not check out our other pensions podcast which focuses on giving negligent advice to clients with Grant Lazarus of 7 Harrington Chambers.

Click here for more details