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Glen Burnie & Columbia Retirement Account Division Lawyer

In Maryland, marital property is considered all property and assets acquired by one or both parties during the marriage. If your marital assets include in stocks, pensions and retirement accounts, dividing them fairly requires assistance from experienced divorce attorneys and financial experts.

Protecting Your Financial Future

At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, we have the experience you need to protect your rights during divorce. Whether you have a high net worth, are a business owner or a member of the military, our attorneys will work to ensure that your financial future remains intact. While we strive for resolution without the need for a trial, we are always prepared to take your case to court when that is in your best interests.

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Dividing Retirement and Investment Accounts

Our firm often works with financial planners and tax experts to provide specialized financial knowledge for complex marital assets in high-asset divorces such as:

  • IRAs and 401(k) accounts
  • Investments, stocks or bonds
  • Pensions and benefit plans
  • Military pensions

With the assistance of financial experts, our attorneys will perform the investigation and research necessary to find hidden assets and value retirement and investment accounts.

In a Maryland divorce, marital assets are subject to equitable distribution by the court. Equitable distribution means fair, not necessarily equal. In cases involving retirement accounts and investments, the court may strive to divide these assets in a manner that leaves both parties with sufficient resources for retirement. We will protect your rights to these assets, keeping the tax consequences in mind. To prevent tax penalties for early disbursement of retirement funds, we can request a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) from the court.

Consult Local Attorneys Who Understand Complex Assets

When you need a divorce lawyer who understands complex assets, such as retirement accounts, you can rely on the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA. Call 800-266-8151 to schedule your free consultation at our office in Glen Burnie or at our Columbia location.

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