Division of Non-Qualified Retirement Plans
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Understanding Non-Qualified Retirement Plans
Non-qualified retirement plans include those that are generally given to
high-ranking employees, such as key executives. These plans differ from
standard IRA or 401K plans as a result of their unique regulations. Non-qualified
retirement plans may be considered marital property that can be divided
in a divorce. It is important to understand that the division and distribution
of non-qualified retirement plan benefits is a both difficult and complex process.
You may be able to avoid having your non-qualified retirement plan divided
prior to retirement by taking one of the following steps:
alimony payments under the circumstances that your plan remains untouched.
- Exchange valuable assets in return for the value of your former spouse's
share of the plan.
- Build an agreement that states you will pay your spouse a percentage of
your monthly payout upon retirement.
It would be within your best interests to seek the legal counsel of our
experienced divorce attorney in Alpharetta as soon as possible. When you
choose to work with our firm, we will assess your plan and guide you down
the avenue that best suits your needs.
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