Chicago Division of Retirement Assets Attorneys
Retirement Fund Division Lawyer in Illinois
Throughout the course of a divorce, many highly contested issues may arise. One of these types of issues is the division of retirement funds and other assets. When dealing with the division of these types of accounts, it is important that you seek the advice and counsel of an experienced property and asset division attorney.
Careful and Through Determination of Retirement Fund Division
At the Katz Law Office, Ltd., we provide a careful review all assets and property encompassed by the divorce, working to ensure you receive everything you are entitled to by law. We examine all pension and retirement funds and determine the accurate division. Though there are certain divorce and separation situations when they are not divided, it is best to fully understand if your retirement funds are likely be divided and the way in which they may be split. This allows a more accurate calculation of the overall asset spilt, and ensures that the martial property division is equitable.
Handling your case will be our attorneys who are knowledgeable of a range of family law-related issues, including divorce, property division, and division of retirement funds. Our qualified staff, take the time to explain your options and how the division of your assets and/or retirement benefits may impact your financial future.
Pension Division and Spousal Maintenance
Many of our clients find they are entitled to more than half of the pension or property if one of the parties is entitled to spousal maintenance. This occurs when one spouse gave up a job or career for the betterment of the marriage or to raise children.
To learn more about the division of retirement funds or to schedule a consultation regarding asset protection and divorce with knowledgeable Chicago attorney, please contact us.
The Katz Law Office, Ltd. serves clients throughout Illinois, including Chicago, La Villita, Lawndale, Brighton Park, Midway, Cicero, Pilsen, Garfield Park, Berwyn, Cook County, Lake County, Kendall County, Kane County, Du Page County, Will County, Avondale and Logan Square.