Atlanta Qualified Domestic Relations Order Attorneys
Helping Atlanta Residents Protect Their Property Rights in Divorce
Property division is one of the most hotly contested issues in a divorce. Under Georgia law, courts will conduct a fair division of the parties’ marital assets. Among the types of assets to which both parties may have an interest are certain retirement accounts and pensions. However, rights to a retirement account or pension may not be established without a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO).
If you are going through a divorce, you should consult an experienced Atlanta QDRO attorney to determine the extent of your legal rights regarding certain retirement pensions and financial accounts. At Warner Bates, our experienced family law attorneys have experience with various matters impacting the division of property, including QDROs. We have dedicated years of our legal practice to helping Atlanta residents resolved property disputes in their divorces in a way that is fair to the parties.
To consult with one of our distinguished attorneys, call Warner Bates at (770) 766-8148 or contact us online today.
What Is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order?
A qualified domestic relations order is a type of state court order used to divide funds in certain retirement plans, such as a 401(k) or pension. A QDRO is essential during the property division process in a divorce because it allows the distribution of a retirement plan without incurring a tax liability based on a distribution of the plan’s funds before the participant reaches 59 ½.
At Warner Bates we can have experience with the following issues related to QDROs:
- 401(k) Plans
- IRA Rollover Accounts
- Public Pensions
- Private Pensions
- Tax Consequences of Distributions
Consult an Experienced Attorney from Warner Bates Today
Property division issues in divorce cases can be complicated to navigate. In many cases, property division issues require a professional to analyze the financial, tax, and legal consequences of a certain transaction. If you are confronted with a complicated property division issue regarding retirement accounts or pensions in your divorce, you should consult the professional advice of an Atlanta QDRO attorney. At Warner Bates, our legal team has experience with matters affection the division of retirement accounts at divorce, including QDRO issues. We can guide you through each step of the process so you have a sound comprehension of the legal issues that may impact your property rights and obligations to certain retirement plans in your divorce.For more information about QDROs, call Warner Bates at (770) 766-8148 or contact us online today.