Fiona Hay MCIArb co-authors Pension Apportionment: resisting the straight-line orthodoxy for LexisNexis

30th Apr 2024 | Blog

Fiona Hay MCIArb co-authors with David Lockett for the April edition of the LexisNexis Family Law Pension apportionment: resisting the straight-line orthodoxy (

Fiona is a member of PAG and author (with David Lockett, HHJ Hess and Rhys Taylor) of “Pensions on Divorce, a Practitioners’ handbook”.

The article provides information to enable the practitioner to identify when the deferred pension approach may be fairer than the straight-line approach and to provide the tools to obtain such a calculation where necessary.

To find out more about Fiona’s practice please email

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