Retirement Asset Division

It takes time, hard work and discipline to build significant retirement assets. A divorce can affect all aspects of your finances, including your retirement savings.

Many people are afraid of losing money in their retirement accounts when a divorce happens. We understand this fear.

Consult An Attorney Who Is Experienced With Asset Division

If you are getting divorced or anticipating the dissolution of your marriage, it is important to consult an experienced family law attorney in order to address the question of asset division. At the Orange County firm of Hendrickson Cooper Hughes, we are prepared to help you deal with the challenges of property division. We are honest and practical, and we are committed to protecting our clients' legal rights with regard to their assets.

Our lawyers are here to answer your questions about retirement asset division in divorce:

  • What will happen to my 401(k) and/or my pension? Will a judge make that decision?
  • Is there a difference between the way a Roth IRA and a regular IRA are divided?
  • Will the length of the marriage have an effect on how retirement assets get divided?
  • Is there a formula that is used for asset division?
  • Will I have to share retirement assets I had before I got married?
  • Can we determine an asset division plan outside of court? Can we use mediation to deal with our assets?
  • What is a QDRO? Will I need one?
  • What if I have taken a loan from my retirement account?
  • Can we agree on property division outside of court?

Contact The Firm | Have Your Case Evaluated

Contact Hendrickson Cooper Hughes for practical, honest advice about retirement accounts and divorce. We are based in Huntington Beach, California.