Retirement Accounts And Divorce: Dividing What Could Be The Largest Asset
With all of the changes that occur when you go through a divorce, it can be challenging to manage everything. You may be moving homes, adjusting to a custody schedule and making sure your children have the emotional support they need during the transition. It’s easy to see how some things could fall through the cracks.
When it comes to property division in a divorce, you may be neglecting your interest in one of the marriage’s largest assets. That’s why the choice of your divorce lawyer is important. You need an attorney who will ensure your rights are protected at every point in the process.
Other Divorce Attorneys Call Our Firm For Help With Dividing Retirement Assets
At Reinstein, Glackin & Herriott, LLC, we have experienced attorneys who are well-versed in the law regarding who is entitled to what in retirement accounts when there is a divorce. Our firm is highly regarded in this niche — in fact, other lawyers in the Washington, D.C., area seek out our advice to testify as experts in the matter and serve as consultants in their cases. When they need help, they call us.
Experience with the law regarding retirement accounts can make or break a divorce settlement or negotiation. Our lawyers have worked to help individuals protect what is theirs in cases involving:
- Military pensions. Learn more about what you need to know about recent changes to the law regarding military divorce.
- Pensions of federal employees
Protect Your Retirement Assets With Our Guidance
Dividing retirement assets requires experience. Call our office in Rockville or Annapolis, Maryland, at 301-850-7349 to schedule a consultation or send an email.