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Daniel M. Copeland Motto

Jacksonville Retirement Orders Lawyer

When there is a divorce, the division of property can have a major effect on financial assets such as savings accounts, benefits, and other financial assets.  Not knowing the status of your financial future can be highly stressful for many people. Enlisting the help of an experienced family lawyer such as Daniel M. Copeland can provide you with the necessary insight to provide clear legal guidance regarding your retirement assets.  At our firm, our Jacksonville retirement order lawyer and staff have the necessary experience to ensure that any division of your financial assets resulting from your divorce are properly calculated and that you retain the maximum amount allowable by law.

The factors that the court considers when dividing property in the state of Florida include the length of the marriage; each party’s liabilities and debts; the economic status of each party, the standard of living enjoyed by the parties during their marriage; and the financial contribution of each party to the marriage.

At Daniel M. Copeland, Attorney at Law, P.A., when necessary to provide the maximum protection of your financial assets, we have established relations with financial professionals that consider the tax consequences when the following financial accounts are subject to division because of divorce:

  • IRA
  • Roth IRA
  • 401K
  • Military pension
  • Private pension
  • Public Pension
  • State teacher’s retirement plans
  • Railroad Retirement Act plans
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