Connecticut Retirement Account Lawyer
All money contributed to a 401(k) or other type of tax-deferred retirement account over the course of a marriage is subject to equitable distribution to both partners in a divorce settlement. In addition, interest earnings on the money contributed, as well as prospective earnings at the time of disbursement of the funds is also subject to equitable distribution.
If you are considering filing for divorce in which a 401(k), pension or other type of individual retirement account is under consideration as marital property, make sure you have an aggressive, knowledgeable attorney fighting for your financial interests. At the Brian D. Kaschel Law Office in Fairfield, I have many years of experience representing clients with retirement accounts of high net worth. I understand the issues involved in asset valuation. I also work with independent professionals who are experts in their field of actuarial accounting and qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs) involving pension valuation and expectations of future earnings potential.
Don't leave your financial future to chance in your divorce settlement. Contact me to arrange a consultation to discuss your circumstances and financial needs following your pending divorce settlement.
I have experience representing clients in divorce property settlements involving:
- Pensions and retirement accounts, IRA holdings
- Trust fund assets
- Stock accounts, mutual funds
- Deferred compensation
- Life insurance benefits
Reasonable and Flexible Fees | Evening and Weekend Appointments
The Fairfield 401k protection attorney you hire to represent you through divorce does make a difference in the courtroom and in your life. Contact my office to arrange a consultation to discuss your options and learn more about the process. From my office in Fairfield, I represent clients throughout the Bridgeport metro region and eastern Connecticut.