The Pension Advisory Group, of which Family Law in Partnership head of mediation Dominic Raeside is a member, expects to publish its final guide on pensions on divorce on 30th June 2019.
The issues surrounding the treatment of pensions on divorce are complex and there is scant guidance from case law. The Pension Advisory Group (PAG) was convened in mid-2017 with the purpose of producing a good practice guide for professionals in the field about the issues relating to pensions on divorce. The project has the support of the Family Justice Council and the President of the Family Division and is partially funded by the Nuffield Foundation.
Since its inception, PAG has produced two draft reports for consultation at http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/pensions-divorce-interdisciplinary-working-group, held focus groups with family lawyers and pension experts, conducted an on-line survey, and given presentations at numerous events around England and Wales. PAG hopes to publish the final guide on 30 June 2019.
Dominic Raeside is Head of Mediation at Family Law in Partnership. He holds the strong belief that whilst separation and divorce is often a difficult and painful transition, it does not have to destroy a family. Dominic’s practice is focused on helping couples reach a consensus about their future as it relates to their children, finances and housing. Dominic mediates both domestic and cross border family disputes including international child abduction, access and custody cases. Having worked for many years in the Courts advising the judiciary in contested children’s matters and previously having worked in the field of adult psychiatry, Dominic has a range of skills, knowledge and experience which he uses to help his clients to reach agreement. His work has earned Dominic a reputation as one of the most experienced and respected mediators in the country – many of his mediation clients are referred to him by the top family lawyers in the country. In 2013 Dominic took up the prestigious role of the Family Mediator member of the Family Justice Council.
Dominic is ranked as a leading family mediator by The Legal 500 UK which comments that he is “a truly outstanding mediator” “calm and constructive….he is immensely experienced” and “at the top of his game; he manages to put people at ease, and has a way of unblocking even the most intractable disputes”. Dominic was named Family Law Dispute Resolution Practitioner of the Year 2015. For further information, contact Dominic at E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 020 7420 5000.