Dividing Retirement Assets While Protecting Your Future

Are you worried about what will happen to your retirement accounts if you divorce? Retirement asset division plays an integral role in how property is divided during a dissolution of marriage. I am family law attorney Jason Reese and I understand how critical your 401(k) and other accounts. I will represent you with the goal of safeguarding your rights and your financial future.

At The Law Offices of Jason P. Reese in Canton, Ohio, I provide retirement asset division representation for men and women contemplating or going through divorce. I am committed to protecting your rights during this difficult time. Contact my family law firm ion Canton for an initial consultation.

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If assets are acquired during the marriage, they are usually considered marital property and subject to equitable distribution. There are exceptions to the general rules regarding the division of retirement funds. That is why it is so important to protect your rights during your divorce. I am knowledgeable in retirement asset division. I encourage you to reach out to me.

I am experienced at addressing division of many types of retirement accounts, including:

  • 401(k) accounts
  • IRA plans
  • Simplified employee pensions (SEPs) and other employee retirement plans
  • Military and other federal employee retirement accounts

Uncovering Hidden Assets to Protect Your Rights

If you feel that your spouse is hiding retirement accounts or other assets, I will investigate the matter to uncover them. I am experienced at properly dividing assets and finding the evidence to prove when someone is hiding them.

Marital debts must also be split during your divorce. This can play an important role in how your retirement plans are divided. Ie will work with you to ensure your assets and debts are properly split while constantly looking out for your best interests.

Contact Me About Retirement Asset Division In Your Ohio Divorce

To learn more about retirement asset division and what we can do to help you, please contact The Law Offices of Jason P. Reese by phone at 330-754-4861 for your consultation.