Determining the equitable division of marital assets is typically one of the most complex parts of a divorce and often requires the valuation of property, businesses, and other tangible or intangible assets.
Porte Brown has a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) on staff with financial expertise and specialized training in this field and provides valuable support to divorcing spouses and their attorneys.
Our support doesn’t end after the divorce. We will be available to help you with long-term planning issues, including: financial planning, tax planning, retirement savings, and investment management of your portfolio.
Here a QDRO, there a QDRO, everywhere a QDRO. Walking off the green golfers announce their scores – one guy says “bogey,” one guy says “birdie” and another says “QDRO.” What the heck is a “QDRO?” It is not is a golfing term. A QDRO is a “qualified domestic relations order.” It is designed to divide retirement assets incident to a divorce.
Divorcing couples face a myriad of challenges when attempting to attain an equitable settlement. They have decided on who gets custody of the children, who gets the marital home, who gets the wedding album and they finally agree on the division of the rest of their marital estate. Then a light bulb goes on “what about the retirement accounts?” How are we to divide these assets? This is where a QDRO comes into play. Read More
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