Qualified Domestic Relation Orders
Compassionate Irving Family Law Attorney
After you and your spouse divorce, there are a number of different issues which must be worked out with the help of an attorney. One of the first topics to be discussed is the division of marital property and assets. Although it may seem simple enough to make decisions about your house, vacation property, cars, and major assets, there is a lot more to consider, especially if you have been married for a number of years. Your pensions, investments, retirement benefits, and other related assets must also be considered. These assets can make up a large portion of your family's wealth and it is imperative that you work with a qualified Irving family law attorney who can help.
Contact J. Roland Jeter, P.C. online or call (973) 330-4050 to discuss your case.
How Can an Irving Divorce Lawyer Help Me?
With the help of Roland Jeter, you can identify, evaluate, and divide all of your assets during the divorce process. One of the most important types of property division is the distribution of retirement accounts. He can use a qualified domestic relation order (QDRO) as a tool to allow you to divide a percentage of your retirement account.
Mr. Jeter can assist you with dividing the following benefits:
- Savings plans
- Pension benefit plans
- Deferred compensation plans
- Federal employee plans
Contact the Firm Today for an Attorney
Mr. Jeter represents clients in Grand Prairie, Euless, Colleyville, Cedar Hill, Mansfield, Irving, Las Colinas, Valley Ranch, Grapevine, Hurst, Bedford, and Arlington. He has over 40 years of experience and has substantial knowledge about preparing and reviewing qualified domestic relation orders. You should never settle for anything less than what you deserve. Roland Jeter offers experience, skill, and compassion. When you hire J. Roland Jeter, P.C. to represent your case, you will receive that and more.
Make an appointment to discuss your case by calling him today for a case evaluation!