Lawyer Handling Qualified Domestic Relations Orders in Texas
Dividing property following a divorce can be an emotional and contentious issue, particularly when it comes to dividing retirement benefits. A qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) will be part of a divorce settlement that will carry the terms for how retirement funds and pension plans are to be divided. At the Law Firm of Mysti Murphy, we are experienced in handling qualified domestic relations orders in Texas. We will work closely with you and your spouse to identify all of your assets so things are divided as fairly as possible.
If you are going through a divorce and have questions about the division of retirement plans, we can answer them. Contact our Texas divorce lawyer online or call 210-807-8227 for an initial consultation.
Experienced Handling of QDROs for All Types of Plans
The attorney at our Bexar County divorce law firm are experienced in handling QDROs for all types of retirement and pension plans, including:
- Private and corporate pension plans
- TIAA accounts
- Stocks and securities
QDROs can establish the non-employee’s right to receive payments or a percentage of the pension for spousal support, a division of the marital estate, and child support . It is important that you let us know about all of your bank accounts and assets so we can help this part of property division go as effectively and efficiently as possible. A QDRO may also raise a host of tax questions. We work with dedicated investment advisors to help ensure that your tax liability is limited. Unlike most law firms, we have the skills and resources to handle QDROs from beginning to end.
We Also Help With Military Pension Plans
In addition to helping civilians with QDROs, we also provide family law and divorce services for military personnel . We are sensitive to the unique issues faced by our servicemen and women, particularly when it comes to military pension plans and benefits. We will thoroughly explain how a QDRO may impact your retirement plans through the military.
Call for a Consultation With a San Antonio Property Division Attorney
If you want to know more about the impact of divorce on retirement and pension plans, we can help. Contact our San Antonio spousal support lawyer online or call 210-807-8227 for a consultation to discuss your situation. Evening and weekend hours are available by appointment and we accept credit cards.