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  • Seperation end of Relationship

    Hi
    This is a "Where do I stand" post here's the facts:

    I am not married although in a long term relationship that is not working out. The relationship is 6 years old.
    My partner owns a property that she rents out.
    My partner & I live in a rented property.
    I have no assets (like a house or property) although about 20K in savings and a very small pension pot (I am 57)
    I want to seperate as the relationship is not working anymore.
    I want nothing of my partners assets (house or similar) and simply just want to walk away.

    However, I am concerned that my partner may think she is entitled some of my pension or savings.

    Where do I stand ?

    Thanks
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    There can never be any guarantees, but I would say that this is unlikely if you and the lady are not married or in a civil partnership. In particular, my understanding is that pension sharing orders are only available in cases of divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership.
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    • #3
      I agree, your pension and savings are not considered in the separation of an unmarried couple.

      Start looking for a new place to live and best of luck with the next chapter of your life.

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      • #4
        If you are unmarried, any consideration starts in the context of a particular asset. in this relationship. On that basis, considerig the scales you identify, I doubt a court would be interested.

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            Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now supervising solicitor in a university law clinic. I do not advise by private message.

            Litigants in Person should download and read this: https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/..._in_Person.pdf

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