Divorce Affects Pensions and Retirement Funds
A pension plan is earned when an employer contributes funds to benefit an employee in the future. Pensions allow an employee to receive benefits and funding after they retire. Retirement plans are similar in that you contribute funds throughout your career so you can comfortably retire and receive funds to support your lifestyle through retirement.
Unfortunately, both of these, along with investments you make during the marriage, are considered marital assets and are subject to equitable division during a divorce. The attorneys at Klein Law Group are knowledgeable about the laws concerning pensions, investments and retirement and know what it takes to protect your rights during asset division.
At Klein Law Group, we help our clients protect investments such as:
- Individual Retirement Accounts or IRA’s
- 401(k)’s, 403(b)’s and employee benefits
- Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds
- And other retirement investments
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You worked hard to qualify for a pension, to enter into retirement and to make sound investments. When you divorce, you never expect these things to be taken away from you. Without the right attorney on your side, your pension, retirement funds and investments could be a thing of the past.
The Divorce Attorneys at Klein Law Group are ready to protect your best interests regarding pensions, investments and retirement. For more information about divorce and family law, contact Klein Law Group at 561-353-2800 to set up a free consultation today.