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Dividing Your Retirement Assets Fairly

In a divorce, all marital property is divided between the parties. Not only does this include the house and vehicles, but it also includes retirement assets you have saved or earned during your marriage. Attorney Ira Yellin can help you assess, value and divide retirement assets in your divorce so you receive a fair and equitable division.

To discuss the division of retirement funds and assets during your divorce, contact us online. You can also call our office in Franklin at 508-528-8885.

Valuing And Dividing Retirement Assets And Investments

Retirement assets are unique. Often, they will not reach their full value until a future date. This can make it difficult to value and divide in a divorce.

The way a retirement asset is divided will depend on the type of asset involved. In some situations, it may be in your best interests to divide the asset in your divorce. In other cases, it may be better to wait and divide the asset at a later time, which can be done by preparing and submitting a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) during your divorce.

Our attorney can help you weigh your options, assess the value of your retirement assets and work with you to develop a plan that meets your needs. We help clients divide all types of retirement assets and funds, including:

  • Government and personal pensions
  • 401(k)s
  • Annuities
  • IRAs
  • Stocks and bonds

Contact Our Law Firm To Learn More

For a free consultation with an experienced Massachusetts divorce lawyer, please call our Franklin office at 508-528-8885. You can also send us an email.