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If you have a question about your pension, you can see if it’s answered here first.

How do I notify you of a change of address?

Please let Mercer have your updated details.

What happens to my pension if I get divorced?

Pensions are taken into account during divorce or civil partnership dissolution settlement discussions. Your solicitor will need to consider any benefits you and your spouse or partner may have including benefits payable from the Scheme.

Please ask your solicitor to contact Mercer for the necessary information before a pension sharing or earmarking order is drafted.

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