Tailoring Strategies To Secure The Retirement Assets You Deserve

Throughout some marriages, spouses work together as a team. If you are engaged in divorce proceedings, make certain that your divorce settlement reflects this collaborative effort.

Marital property must be valued before it can be divided. This includes not only your home, your car and your bank account, but the value of retirement accounts, pensions, stocks and stock options as well as business assets. If you are representing yourself during negotiations, there are many pitfalls involving equitable distribution that can hurt you financially.

Our attorneys at Beaulieu-Fawcett Law Group, P.A., draw on their vast professional backgrounds when they advise clients of their best strategies during retirement, business and other high-value asset division negotiations. Our lawyers have experience handling matters that affect taxation, accounting, business and financial planning. We use this financial experience to shape our negotiation strategy.

Ensuring That Your Plans Are Evaluated Properly

When you hire our Delray Beach legal team, we will customize a negotiation strategy to help you secure an equitable settlement. Our attorneys are familiar with a variety of defined contribution plans and defined benefit plans, including:

  • 401(k)s
  • IRAs
  • Roth IRAs
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP)
  • Pension plans (military, municipal, state and federal pensions)

Regardless of which spouse contributed financially or in other ways to support your family, the statutes recognize those efforts. Florida statutes require all marital assets be divided fairly and equitably. Our attorneys have a passion for justice and will ensure that your petition properly seeks a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO), which will divide retirement assets without tax consequences upon the conclusion of your divorce.

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