How Divorce Affects Retirement And Investments

Complex investment and retirement plan division following a divorce requires a comprehensive knowledge of nuanced and interrelated financial information. Often, an expert must be called in to trace assets and analyze variables related to taxation and appreciation/depreciation.

If you are working through these issues, partnering with a skilled legal team cannot be overrated in protecting your immediate and long-term financial health and stability.

Our legal team in The Woodlands and Houston has earned substantial repute for our demonstrable track record and creative, knowledgeable representation in the most nuanced aspects of these complex issues.

A Team Of Professionals

When appropriate and financially wise, we enlist the services of industry professionals such as forensic accountants and business valuation specialists, to track down and correctly assess the value of certain assets that may be hidden or otherwise difficult to evaluate during the division process.

Our attorneys will take the time to clearly explain your options and rights as we make recommendations tailored to your unique situation and goals related to issues, including:

  • Stocks
  • QDROs
  • Real estate
  • Oil, gas and mineral rights
  • Going concern business valuations
  • Recovering hidden assets

Because of the time-consuming and resource intensive nature of this type of property division, we encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible so that we can begin helping you transition with an eye on protecting your economic well-being.

Let Us Help You

Our lawyers are ready to bring our experience to help you resolve your complex family law issues, including those involving 401(k) and divorce. Contact us at 281-407-8256 or 800-584-3973. You may also connect with us through our website.