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CTC launches Divorce Analysis Service


Chambers Townsend Consultancy has launched a Divorce Analysis Service to assess the value of person&#39s pension fund assets.


The consultancy has designed the system to offer lawyers and IFAs a cost effective and rapid way to assess the value of pension funds in the event of a divorce.


The service can provide an initial assessment on the basis of simple employment history details.


CTC comprehensive data on company schemes provides the basis for the Divorce Analysis Service.

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