Helping People Receive Retirement Assets After Divorce
When the judge’s gavel falls on your divorce proceedings, it doesn’t necessarily mean the details of the property settlement are neatly concluded. In many cases, transferring assets from retirement accounts according to the decree of divorce and the qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) becomes more challenging than anyone expects. There may be pension plans to divide, 401(k) savings plans and even brokerage accounts to split. You have been awarded assets according to the court order yet some of the assets haven’t been transferred into your name. Taking care of these details is crucial to your owning the property awarded to you. Taking care of these details may be a nightmare if you try to handle things on your own.
Experience In All Areas Of Divorce Retirement Division
As an experienced Texas divorce lawyer, I have seen many individuals struggle with getting the marital property awarded to them transferred into their name. After your divorce is over, I will remain your attorney until the final details have been handled correctly.
Whether I represented you through your divorce or you need to start with a new lawyer for dividing retirement assets, I am ready to help you with every step necessary to get your property settlement handled after your divorce.
My experience includes post-divorce property issues involving:
- Retirement assets covered by QDROs
- Military retirement division and survivor benefit provision
- Civil Service, Teacher and Railroad retirement benefit division
- Division of pension benefits and related survivor benefits
- Real estate title transfers
- Stocks, bonds and securities
- Business ownership holdings
- Assets held in overseas accounts and offshore shelters
- Hidden assets that have come to light since the divorce