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VIDEO: Financial planning in divorce

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19/07/2016
Find out what happens to your pension, investments and will during a divorce.

If you’re getting divorced or have recently divorced, you are not alone. It is estimated that around two out of every five marriages among UK couples will end in divorce.

There are three key areas to take care of when it comes to your finances – your pensions, ISAs and other investments and your will. Here are some top tips from Maike Currie of Fidelity International on how to best protect your money and assets.

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