Pension / Retirement Asset Division

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Pension / Retirement Asset Division

Pensions represent challenging property division issues in the wake of a divorce. It goes without saying that those who have worked hard to build a retirement savings account or pension want to safeguard their financial interests. Similarly, those who have contributed to a marriage or family while a spouse worked should rightfully feel entitled to a portion of these accounts.

Pensions and retirement assets come in a variety of forms, but fairness, financial stability and security are nearly always the key issues surrounding these assets. If you are working through property division involving a pension, it is important to have a legal team in your corner doing everything possible to safeguard your and your loved ones’ interests.

We at Hartley Lamas Et Al have extensive experience working on divorce issues involving pension and retirement benefits, including:

  • Qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO) property division
  • 401(k)s
  • Military retirement benefits
  • Mutual trust funds for children

Our California attorneys will work directly with you to trace and value all assets to help us reach the fairest outcome that ensures financial stability for you and your loved ones in the immediate and long-term future. We encourage you to take decisive action and schedule an initial consultation. The fusion of our Christian values and experience has helped hundreds of families reach ideal resolutions. We are prepared to help you do the same.

To schedule an initial consultation with one of our Ventura pension division lawyers, call 805-919-8346 or email the firm.

To get in touch & schedule an initial consultation discuss Pension / Retirement Asset Division issues with one of our Ventura, California, Lawyers call (805) 919-8346 or email the firm.

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