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Divorce is a challenging time for any couple. One of the biggest issues to navigate during a divorce is the division of assets, including pensions. At Aspire Family Mediation, we understand how complex and overwhelming this can be, which is why we are here to help you every step of the way.
Pensions are often one of the most valuable assets that need to be divided during a divorce. They can be a significant source of income in retirement, and depending on the circumstances, could be one of the biggest assets that a couple owns. Because of this, it’s essential to handle the division of pensions with care and precision.
At Aspire Family Mediation, we recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for dividing pensions in a divorce. Our expert mediators will work with you to find the best possible outcome for your unique situation.
Our mediation process is entirely voluntary, and we strive to create a safe and comfortable environment for everyone involved. Our mediators are neutral, meaning that they do not take sides or make decisions for you. Instead, they will help you and your ex-partner communicate effectively and come up with solutions that work for both of you.
There are a few different ways that our mediators at Aspire Family Mediation can help you divide your pension in a divorce. Here are a few examples:
One of the essential steps in dividing pensions during a divorce is to gather all of the relevant information. This includes understanding the value of the pension, its terms, and any restrictions or tax implications. Our mediators can help you navigate this process and ensure that you have all of the information you need to make informed decisions.
Once you have all of the information you need, our expert mediators will help you negotiate a fair division of your pension. This might involve a lump-sum payment, a transfer of a portion of the pension, or another arrangement. Our mediators are skilled at helping couples find creative solutions that work for everyone involved.
Finally, our mediators will help you create a legally binding agreement that outlines how your pension will be divided. This agreement will be submitted to the court for approval, and once approved, it will become a legally binding document.
At Aspire Family Mediation, we are committed to helping you navigate the complexities of dividing pensions in a divorce. Contact us today to learn more about how our expert mediators can help you find a fair and equitable solution.