Relationships

Could my ex-husband sabotage a pension before handing it over to me?

I have a full pension sharing order over my ex-husband's Self-Invested Personal Pension.I have sent all the required paperwork to get it transferred over to my name, made very easy as I also have a Sipp with the same provider.The firm has now informed me:1. I cannot get a valuation of the fund before transfer;2. I cannot access the fund; Divorce settlement: Could my ex-husband sabotage a pension before he hands it over to me? (Stock image)3. It is totally up to my ex to take up to four months to sell the stocks and shares or deal on the account;4. He can choose to sell them by phone if he wishes at £20-£50 a deal rather than online at £11;5. If after four months he does not sell then the firm will, again with no valuation or choice;6. The firm will not inform me if he has already withdrawn...

Bachelor reveals he will pay someone $25,000 to help him find a girlfriend

Lonely bachelor, 47, who boasts he has 'run with bulls and jumped out of planes' reveals he will pay online matchmakers $25,000 to help him find a 'fun and goofy' girlfriend this Valentine's DayJeff Gebhart, 47, from Kansas, said he found online dating community 'toxic'  Entrepreneur is offering $25,000 to matchmaker who helps him find a girlfriendJeff revealed he is on a 'quest' for a 'soulmate' on his website DateJeffG.com Boasts of running with bulls and jumping out of planes in his online profile  Said he has a 'zest for life' and is looking for someone who is 'fun' and 'goofy' By Harriet Johnston For Mailonline Published: 08:59, 13 February 2020 | Updated: 17:08, 13 February 2020 A lonely bachelor has revealed he will pay an online cupid $25,000 to help him on his 'quest' to find a gi...

Woman reveals her mother’s lies tore her life apart

A woman has told how her life was torn apart after she spent her childhood covering up her mother's sordid affair - with her husband's best friend.  Adrienne Brodeur, 53, a writer who lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, says she became embroiled in her mother's deceit aged just 14, and is adamant she won't make the same mistake with her own daughter - who is now the same age.  Speaking to The Mirror about the night the web of lies began, Adrienne told how her mother Malabar woke her up and said: 'Ben just kissed me. I'm going to need your help sweetie. I need to figure this out. How to make this possible.'Ben Souther was the best friend of Malabar's husband, Charles.   Adrienne Brodeur, 53, a writer who lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, told how she was dragged into her mother Malabar's we...