Dividing Retirement Accounts in Divorce

Under Texas law, the full value of the money in a 401(k), IRA or other qualified retirement fund will be considered marital property and taken into consideration for equitable distribution between the parties.

Some couples' retirement accounts may involve separate assets that were invested by one of the parties prior to the start of the marriage. Full and accurate valuation and equitable distribution in a property settlement require experience and knowledge of the proper professional resources to turn to for help.

If you reside in the Houston metro area and are concerned about protecting your financial interests in your pending divorce property settlement, call my office. I represent people in divorce and other family law matters in Harris County, Fort Bend County and Brazoria County, Texas.

Call toll free at 866-627-7128 or locally at 832-539-4689 for a free initial consultation with an experienced Houston division of retirement accounts attorney today. You may also go to my contact page to submit an email form with details about your legal needs.

Call me to discuss your concerns about division of community and separate property, including:

  • 401(k) and individual retirement accounts (IRA)
  • Pension annuities
  • Qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO)
  • Complex, high-asset securities investments, stocks and bonds
  • Offshore and overseas investments
  • Business property ownership and asset valuation
  • Real estate and commodities investments
  • Marital debt and long-term financial contracts

Call An Experienced Divorce Attorney In Texas

Call my office toll free at 866-627-7128 or locally at 832-539-4689, or use the email form on my contact page to explain your need for an experienced Texas divorce and family law lawyer. I am available for a free initial consultation during usual business hours and will make evening and weekend appointments by special arrangement. My fees are competitive, and I accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover for your convenience.