Retirement and investment issues easily present some of the most complicated, nuanced and challenging issues in all of property division. Questions arise regarding what (if any) part can be divided, and what its potential value is in the future. Certain assets, like in the case of a 401(k), may be partially marital and partially nonmarital — but the court can only divide that which is considered marital, or obtained after the marriage. Once this already complex issue is resolved, one must consider depreciation, capital gains, tax and basis reporting subtleties.
Because of the potentially colossal nuances and complex issues involved, it is critical to reach out to a legal team that is able to address these forensic issues.
Our family law team at the law office of Mary Quinn has worked on these immensely complex marital property issues for more than 40 years. We will work directly with you and reach out to financial and forensic accountants and other professionals to trace, assess, value and help divide even the most complicated investment assets, including those involving deferred compensation issues.
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Additionally, we are prepared to work on other types of investments, including collectibles of all types and real estate. Regardless of your situation, because of the complexity of these issues, we encourage you to take decisive action and get in touch as soon as possible.
Call us directly at 713-225-0094 to discuss dividing retirement accounts in divorce with our Houston retirement savings attorney or contact us online.