Divorce impacts all types of property, including retirement accounts. There are many different types of retirement accounts and we are experienced with the characterization, valuation and division of such accounts.
Complex federal regulations govern many types of retirement and pension plans. As a result, many types of retirement accounts can only be divided through a special court order called a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO).
Deferred Compensation Plans
Deferred compensation plans pose unique and complex considerations. They have different tax considerations than retirement accounts, and they generally do not require a QDRO.
When retirement accounts or deferred compensation plans are involved, property division can quickly become complicated. An attorney can help you sort through the legal issues to ensure that your rights and interests are protected.
Our firm also handles divorce cases involving mineral rights. We will work with experts to determine a fair and accurate valuation and proposed outcome for any mineral rights you or your spouse may own.
At Naylor & Naylor, a family law firm in Fort Worth, we handle retirement account division and other types of high asset property division in a divorce.
We enlist the help of highly respected experts such as CPA’s, tax advisers and financial professionals to provide you comprehensive representation.
To learn more about dividing retirement plans, deferred compensation plans or mineral rights, call (817) 348-0007. You can also contact us online. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, our attorneys offer flexible after-hours appointments by request.