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 All of my pension is being taken retrospectively. Is there any chance of fighting this ?
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Posted - 02 July 2015 :  04:00:34  Show Profile  Visit Alan.d's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I went bankrupt in 1995 and was informed that the Trustee could by law take 25% of my pension and then 5 yrs annuity. I have just been informed that due to the change in the pension laws they want all of my fund. If I had known that they can change the law and then apply it retrospectively to there advantage I dont think I would have gone bankrupt. Is there any chance of fighting this?

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Posted - 02 July 2015 :  05:39:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Alan,

I wouldn't know if you could fight it, perhaps you should take legal advice.

Have you got it in writing that the trustee was only going to take 25%?

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