Retirement Benefits And Illinois Divorce

Barrington Complex Property Division Attorney | Protecting Retirement Benefits in Divorce

Retirement benefits take years of hard work to accumulate, so if you or your spouse have been contributing to a retirement plan, pension, 401(k) account, Individual Retirement Account (IRA), or Roth IRA before and/or during your marriage, you may be wondering how these retirement benefits may be affected by the divorce process in Illinois. With so much at stake, consider six benefits of hiring a trusted Barrington divorce attorney.

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More specifically, you may be asking yourself the following questions: "How will the retirement plan(s) be appraised or valued?" "Will the retirement plan(s) be considered marital or non-marital property?" "How will the Court divide the marital retirement benefits, if any, between us?" "What is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)?" "What is a Qualified Illinois Domestic Relations Order (QILDRO)?" With so much at stake, consider Richard W. Culver, Ltd. to assist you in protecting your legal rights, claims, and interests in connection with your retirement benefits.

Due to the complex nature of divorce and retirement benefits, as well as their significant legal and financial implications, it is critical that you seek the counsel of a diligent and experienced complex property division attorney. Barrington divorce attorney Blake Austin Culver at Richard W. Culver, Ltd. can help answer your questions pertaining to divorce and retirement benefits, and Blake can help examine your specific circumstances.

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Contact a Barrington Divorce Lawyer

If you have any questions or concerns regarding retirement benefits and divorce, call 847-382-2900 or complete the online contact form to schedule a confidential consultation at Richard W. Culver, Ltd. Evening and weekend appointments are available as necessary to accommodate clients' schedules. Review seven tips for your initial consultation with an Illinois divorce attorney.