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Navigating retirement asset issues in a divorce

| Mar 23, 2017 | Family Law |

A person’s retirement nest egg can represent many things for them. It can represent their chance to have the kind of retirement they want. It can also be a badge of honor in relation to all the hard work they have done over their life. So, retirement assets are something both members of a couple may care about quite a bit when going into a divorce.

There are many different retirement assets a couple can come into a divorce with. Some examples of such assets are listed on our retirement asset division page. Each type of retirement asset can raise its own particular set of issues and concerns in a divorce.

What approach a person takes to retirement asset issues in a divorce can have significant implications. It cannot only impact how fair the division of these particular assets ends up being, but also how fair the overall property settlement in the divorce turns out to be.

So, tailoring their approach to their particular goals and the specific issues and concerns raised by the retirement assets they and their spouse have can be critical for a person when dealing with retirement asset division in a divorce. Skilled family law attorneys can assist individuals with developing a well-tailored approach when it comes to such matters.

Our Brighton law firm has familiarity with a wide range of issues related to retirement asset division and is committed to providing our divorce clients quality guidance when it come to divorce matters regarding such assets.

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