Division Of Marital Assets And Retirement Accounts

A Skilled Naperville Divorce Attorney Can Help You Divide Your Assets

When ending a marriage, a main concern for many individuals is the equitable division of property and assets — and rightfully so. Your property award can greatly impact your current and future financial well-being. Because your divorce order will signify a permanent and unmodifiable division of your marital estate, it is essential to work with an experienced family law attorney to ensure your financial interests are protected.

Protecting Your Property And Financial Rights

At the Law Office of Ronald L. Hendrix, P.C., we understand that our divorce clients need a skilled legal advocate when addressing the division of marital assets and retirement accounts. Illinois attorney Ronald Hendrix is an experienced divorce lawyer with more than 25 years of legal practice. He has helped a significant number of past clients understand their property rights and options, and provides intelligent legal guidance to obtain property goals.

The Road To Asset Division

In the great majority of divorce cases, marital asset division falls into three main categories:

  • Marital home/equity
  • Checking and savings accounts
  • Retirement and investment accounts

The first step in the division process is to inventory your marital estate. While sometimes this can be a straightforward matter, other times our clients will need to address additional complexities such as business valuations, qualified domestic relations orders and asset tracing to determine non-marital versus marital property. Regardless of the specific issues you face, our firm is fully equipped to help you identify and resolve roadblocks before they occur.

After we determine your marital assets, our legal team will help you establish realistic property goals and dedicate all efforts to help you achieve them. While we have a solid record of resolving property disputes through collaborative and mediation approaches, we are just as skilled at courtroom litigation when needed.

In addition to dividing assets, you and your spouse must also devise a plan to split your marital debts.

Retirement Asset Division Law Firm In Naperville

During a divorce, the Law Office of Ronald L. Hendrix, P.C., provides the experienced representation you need and the personal attention you deserve. Contact us at 630-416-7004 or 815-722-7050 to speak with a dedicated Naperville divorce and retirement attorney.