Dividing Your Assets During Divorce

During a divorce or legal separation, the division of assets is one of the biggest concerns, especially for couples with a lengthy marriage or retirees. At Kurzman Grant Law Office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we have a great deal of experience in helping clients through this difficult process while protecting their financial interests. With over four decades of experience in the field, you can be sure that every financial intricacy of your case will be considered.

Protecting Your Retirement

One of the biggest issues that our clients worry about during a divorce is the division of retirement assets and pensions, especially when one spouse has not been working full-time for a period of the marriage. A Qualified Domestic Relations Order, also known as a QDRO, allows the transfer of part or the entirety of a retirement account from one spouse to the other.

Whether the retirement account is a 401(k), 403(b), Solo 401(k), Roth 401(k), SEP IRA, Simple IRA, Traditional IRA, Roth IRA or a Health Savings Account, our firm can help you to protect your future. There are strict regulations about the transfer of retirement assets, including the nature of the transfers and the types of accounts into which the money can be transferred. We'll provide the guidance you need to claim your interest in retirement accounts.

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Planning For What Comes Next

Property division after a marriage dissolution or legal separation is one of the most important aspects of the process as it sets you up for the rest of your future. Our sole focus is ensuring that you receive the assets that you deserve. We have handled complex property cases, including those involving real estate, cabin properties, stocks and bonds, stock options, personal property including gold, and even frequent flier entitlements.

Secure Your Financial Future — Contact Us Today

Kurzman Grant Law Office has the financial knowledge to help you secure your future after a divorce. Schedule a free initial appointment at our office today — contact us via our website or call 612-254-7162 to consult with a lawyer on how to protect your financial interests.