Dru Horenstein attorney at law

More than 23 years of
family law experience

Retirement Orders

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For many people, retirement accounts represent one of their most valuable assets. Protecting your interest in retirement assets, either your own or your former spouse's, can be a complicated matter that requires the work of a skilled and experienced attorney like Dru Horenstein. If your retirement assets are significant, the sooner you seek the advice of an experienced attorney on these matters, the better off you'll be.

The most common method of dividing retirement assets is through a qualified domestic relations order, otherwise known as a QDRO. But every retirement plan is different. Dividing state or federal pensions, for example, requires that you precisely follow very specific state and federal laws to avoid delay. Other types of retirement plans include annuities, Traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s, railroad pensions, military pensions, and public employee pensions.
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You can count on Dru Horenstein to draft and execute retirement orders that comply with the applicable regulations and necessary state and federal laws.

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Click here to contact our office today for assistance in protecting retirement assets for yourself or your client. Dru drafts and prepares these orders for clients located in all of Washington State.