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Assessing the impact of the Pension Advisory Group report

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We've partnered with Brewin Dolphin PLC and Mathieson Consulting on a short survey to find out from practitioners in England and Wales what impact the Pension Advisory Group report has had on their practice.

A Guide to the Treatment of Pensions on Divorce was published in July 2019, since then there have been a few reported cases endorsing the report’s recommendations.

Please could you spare no more than 10 minutes to answer up to 21 questions. Your response will be anonymous and non-attributable. The results of our survey will be shared in upcoming issues of New Law Journal and Family Law Journal, as well as on this website.

You can complete the survey here.

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