Property Division

When a marriage or domestic partnership comes to an end, the division of property is usually an important concern for both parties. Since retirement savings and pensions represent years of hard work and important income for the future, these assets are among the most important ones that need to be divided between spouses or partners who are going separate ways.

If you are concerned about being treated unfairly with regard to your retirement savings or your pension — or your spouse's or partner's retirement savings that you have had an important stake in building — seek advice and representation from a family law attorney who is thoroughly experienced in asset division.

Facilitating the Equitable Division of Retirement Assets

At Creative Family Solutions, Cecil Cianci Law, PC, our attorneys are highly experienced in the division of retirement assets in California divorces and domestic partnership dissolutions. We understand that everyone wants to be treated fairly. We can help you protect your interests with regard to:

  • IRA and 401(k) valuation and division: With the help of accountants and financial experts, our attorneys can help you evaluate and equitably divide traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, annuities and other retirement assets.
  • Pension valuation and division: We can assist you in addressing your (or your spouse or partner's) corporate, educational or government pension.
  • Qualified domestic relations orders (known as QDROs), legal orders that divide certain qualified retirement accounts between two parties.

If you are going through or anticipating a divorce and you are worried about how your marriage or partnership dissolution will impact your retirement, talk to a California property division attorney with extensive experience.

Contact Our Firm Today

The lawyers at Creative Family Solutions, Cecil Cianci Law, PC can answer your questions about retirement or 401(k) division and all other aspects of property division. Contact us online or call 916-756-4012 to schedule a reduced-fee legal consultation.