Corvallis Lawyer for Division of Retirement Assets
Many individuals are unaware that pensions and other retirement assets are divisible by the courts during a divorce. These assets can be very tricky to value and determining each spouses share requires an attorney who is skilled in the art of complex property division. At Ringo, Stuber, Ensor, Hadlock & Smith, P.C., our lawyers have been assisting clients with complicated family matters for decades, and we are fully prepared to help you.
We have a proven track record of assisting individuals with the division of retirement assets since 1951. Call 541-368-7816 or 888-437-2950, or contact our Oregon law firm online to schedule your consultation.
Pensions and Retirement Fund Division in the Albany Area
Whether you are anticipating a divorce or already going through one, you should have a proven lawyer in your corner who has helped individuals protect their rights to retirement assets before. We have the knowledge to properly divide:
- Defined benefit plans
- Defined contribution plans
- Deferred compensation plans
- Military plans
- Federal plans
- State plans
- Roth IRAs
- Traditional IRAs
- SEP plans
Retirement assets are unique because if any of the fund was generated prior to the marriage, it is usually considered separate property and awarded to the person who earned it. The part of the retirement fund that was earned during a marriage, however, is divisible between both parties. We will answer your questions and investigate all of your retirement accounts in order to build a plan that will protect your rights.
Answering All of Your Difficult Retirement Division Questions
We know how to resolve your pension issues during your divorce and provide you with the answers you need for your difficult questions, including:
- Do I have to divide my retirement plan?
- Can I get a part of my spouse’s retirement?
- Is the division of a retirement account a taxable event?
- What happens when we begin to draw on the retirement accounts?
Consult Divorce Attorneys With Pension Division Experience in Oregon
We have handled hundreds of pension and retirement asset cases and have developed relationships with actuaries, CPAs and pension lawyers to assist in the proper valuation and division of retirement funds. To get your questions answered and to understand your legal options, call our Corvallis, Oregon, firm today. You may also contact our Oregon office online.