Protecting Your Retirement Assets In Divorce
In decades past, most people who divorced in Texas were likely to focus on the family home, vehicles and other such hard assets when establishing goals for their divorce settlements. Today, many men and women cite qualified retirement accounts and pension benefits as their highest-value, most indispensable assets.
For advice and advocacy about protecting your retirement assets, call Setzer Law Firm PLLC, at 817-424-5050.
Clear Legal Information And Guidance On Division Of Complex Assets
Even highly educated people are sometimes shocked to learn that all of their retirement plans and pension benefits may be subject to equitable distribution. The fact that a 401(k) is in one spouse’s name alone is generally immaterial, whereas determination of how much of these funds were earned during the course of the marriage may be highly significant.
Your Source For Analysis, QDROs, Settlement Negotiations And Advocacy
Attorneys Jill Setzer and John Setzer have extensive knowledge of the Texas and federal laws applicable to division of qualified retirement accounts and pensions, military or otherwise, in divorce. Our firm near Keller is a proven resource for people in Tarrant County and Denton County who are concerned about protecting their financial futures to the greatest possible extent. Key considerations for you may include:
- Many family lawyers outsource the drafting of qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs), which are necessary to actually complete the division of most retirement accounts. Mr. and Mrs. Setzer perform this work personally and with thorough attention to detail.
- At the Setzer Law Firm PLLC, we consistently strive to achieve favorable outcomes for our clients in negotiation or mediation, and our success rate in avoiding drawn-out, painful litigation is very high.
Get Legal Advice From An Experienced Divorce Attorney
If you are considering or facing divorce in our service area and have questions about how your own and/or your spouse’s retirement savings will be treated, we will welcome your call or email and prioritize your needs. Please call 817-424-5050 or email our law firm now to request a helpful, informative initial consultation directly with accomplished divorce and family lawyers Jill Setzer and John Setzer.