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Equitable Asset Division and Distribution of Intricate Marital Portfolios
At the McNamara Law Office, we work with our clients to identify and classify assets obtained during the course of their marriage. We review >
In Texas, an equal division of >
Disparate earning ability can shift more finances and assets to the spouse making less money. Fault grounds may also be considered when it comes to asset division. We take these issues into account and ensure our clients receive everything that they are entitled to when the divorce is finalized.
Investments, Retirement Plans, Businesses and Other Complex Asset Division
Attorney Brian J. McNamara is experienced in the division of marital >
- Closely held businesses
- Intellectual >
- Family real estate
- Growth in the value of assets
- Stock, bond, and mutual fund portfolios
- Retirement investments
- Vested and unvested stock in employee benefit plans
- Pension plans
- Military pensions
- 401(k)/403(b) plans, defined contribution retirement plans, defined benefit retirement plans, and IRAs
Dividing retirement plans and employee stock plans can be especially complicated. Various issues including tax penalties must be addressed. Sometimes, for example, employers will not fund the plan until the retirement actually takes place.
A lawyer who does not maintain an ongoing awareness of the law related to the division of retirement plans and corporate benefits is simply leaving money behind that his client could be entitled to receive. Our firm provides that experience.
Contact an Attorney Experienced in Complex Asset Division
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced divorce lawyer, contact McNamara Law Office today. McNamara Law Office offers a reduced-fee initial consultation in divorce and family law cases.