Depending on how long you have been married and when your spouse earned his or her retirement, you may be entitled to a share in your divorce. An individual may even have more than one retirement plan - (due to employment with the government/armed services, or multiple positions during working career). Some people know little to nothing about their spouse's retirement plan and may not even know … [Read more...] about Spouse Refuses to Share Retirement Plan Information
“Untransferred” Property from a Long-Ago Divorce
If you have a final order of divorce in which you (or your spouse) was awarded property, you should make certain that the proper party has actual title. Not only do you want to be sure that you have what you are entitled to have, but you are also going to want to be sure that your name isn’t still on a title that you DON’T want. Here are some problems than can occur if property from a divorce has … [Read more...] about “Untransferred” Property from a Long-Ago Divorce
Problems with Splitting Retirement Accounts After Divorce?
We have gotten questions about retirement fund issues after divorce from some of our blog readers. Retirement fund issues can be difficult. The final divorce decree will state how the property and debts are to be divided. However, when it comes to retirement accounts, additional paperwork must be done in order to actually divide the accounts. This paperwork is in the form of another … [Read more...] about Problems with Splitting Retirement Accounts After Divorce?