Attorney Expertly Handling the Division of Retirement Accounts

Dividing retirement accounts in a divorce is exceptionally complex, so you should have an attorney who is well-versed in divorce law analyze your situation. If you do not do this, you could end up with less than your fair share when it comes to division of retirement accounts in the marriage’s assets.

I am divorce attorney Wayne Ward. I have solved problems involving the division of retirement accounts and have made a difference in the lives of thousands of clients across Texas. I will take the time to personally assess your situation and give you individually crafted advice based on your specific circumstances. I can then serve as the effective and accomplished advocate you need to resolve your divorce issues and get a fresh start.

Concerned About Retirement Savings After Divorce? I Can Help.

There are many different types of retirement accounts that a person can have. Two prevalent types of Texas retirement accounts include:

  • Defined contributions: Your employer makes contributions to this retirement account based on a number of factors. This account lasts until it has been depleted.
  • Defined benefits: These plans give you a set income each month once you retire. The benefits are based on your wage and years of service, and last until you pass away.

To make sure that these and all other accounts are disclosed, I conduct a thorough investigation through the court’s discovery process. I then use the skills and knowledge that led me to be certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and awarded a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree to determine what portion of these accounts you deserve

Division Of Retirement Assets Is Not Always A 50-50 Split

Texas is a community property state. Many people assume that means assets such as retirement accounts are divided 50-50. But Texas family judges do not have to automatically divide assets in a 50-50 split. They are instead able to divide property in an equitable, or fair, manner depending on the circumstances of the case.

With a deep understanding of Texas family law, I am able to make skillfully crafted arguments designed to obtain the percentage of assets that you deserve.

Wayne Ward is a man of high integrity in a world where this is a rare commodity. He provided good counsel in a very difficult divorce.
– Mark M.

Schedule A Consultation Today Regarding Retirement Accounts

Are you concerned about the division of your retirement accounts? I will provide you with the personal attention you need when seeking to protect your share of retirement benefits during your divorce. Call 817-789-4436 or contact me online to schedule an initial consultation. My Fort Worth law firm is conveniently located just 10 blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse.

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