We'll Make Sure the Property Settlement Is Equitable
Every divorce settlement includes dividing marital assets between the spouses. Under Michigan law, marital homes, joint accounts, financial assets such as pensions, 401k retirement accounts and other retirement assets accumulated during the marriage are typically divided equally among both parties — even if one spouse was the sole income earner during the entire marriage.
Marital Property: There Is no Substitute for Your Lawyer's Experience
It will be your attorney's responsibility to ensure that marital property valuation is carried out fairly and accurately. The experience of our attorneys. is a significant asset to have on your side. We work to ensure that your property settlement will be fair to your future needs.
Contact our offices in Milford and Howell in Hartland Township, Michigan, to discuss your concerns about dividing retirement assets, 401k accounts or your pension in your divorce. Let us fight to protect your rights.
"Knowing the laws about dividing marital retirement assets isn't enough. We know the specific expectations of the judge that will preside over your case. We ensure that your retirement assets are evaluated accurately, and your long-term financial interests are fully protected." Attorney Kathryn Wayne-Spindler
We are ready to fight for your interests in all matters relating to:
- Retirement assets
- 401k and 403b retirement accounts
- Real estate holdings
- Spousal support
- Securities and stock market accounts
- Business valuation and ownership
Call us or contact us by e-mail to schedule a consultation about your retirement assets today.