Stamford Property Division Lawyer
Under Connecticut law, all money paid into a pension, as well as all current earnings and future annuity earnings, are subject to distribution in a divorce settlement. Knowing the earnings potential and distribution of a pension fund, perhaps decades into the future, requires a firm understanding of actuarial accounting and investment law.
I am Connecticut family law attorney Brian D. Kaschel. I have many years of experience representing people in divorce litigation involving pension funds. Pensions and retirement accounts can often total in the millions of dollars. Both parties rely on the growth potential for a comfortable retirement. Having a knowledgeable attorney who works with QDRO specialists and professional experts to fight aggressively for your financial interests is key to a full and fair property settlement. My law firm offers personalized, intelligent and successful strategies to litigate marital property settlements that protect your rights. Contact me to discuss your property circumstances in your pending divorce action.
I have experience representing clients in marital property settlements involving high net worth, including:
- Pension funds, 401(k) and retirement plans
- Deferred compensation accounts and contracts
- Securities and stock portfolios
- Tax deferred investment accounts
- Whole life insurance cash value accounts
Reasonable and Flexible Fees | Evening and Weekend Appointments
Yes, the Fairfield pension attorney you hire in the law office 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.