North Shore, Massachusetts, Retirement Account Division Lawyer

Attorney

Divorce in Massachusetts frequently leads to a massive loss of wealth and income. Alimony payments in our state are frequently long term or permanent and, when dividing retirement accounts, pensions and savings accounts, a misstep can lead to the preventable loss of thousands of dollars.

I am Boston retirement account division attorney Annette Baker Doolin, and I have helped hundreds of clients protect their interests when dividing 401(k) accounts and other accounts during a divorce. I help clients get the "biggest slice" of assets possible during a divorce. I can use my years of experience and legal knowledge to raise and address important options and questions such as:

  • How do you determine the value and future value of a defined benefit plan/defined contribution plan?
  • What are parties' life expectancies and how will they affect asset division?
  • Will a buyout of accounts save money over splitting the accounts?
  • What are the tax implications of various division options?
  • Is it necessary and does it make sense to liquidate a 401(k) account?

I can quickly clear up confusion and then formulate a strategic plan to enhance your share of retirement accounts and other property.

How Can You Enhance Your Rights When There Are a Dozen Ways to Value an Asset?

Often, there are numerous ways to determine the value and future value of retirement accounts. I work with tax attorneys, actuaries and other professionals to determine the value of financial accounts down the road. I am familiar with all types of retirement accounts, from conventional 401(k), IRA and pension accounts to teachers' 403(b) and military retirement accounts. For more information, please contact me.

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The Law Office of Annette Baker Doolin is located in Beverly's Cummings Center, an award-winning restoration of the former United Shoe Machinery plant. The Cummings Center features free parking, easy access by the MBTA bus and North Shore commuter rail, and convenient access via routes 1-A, 62 or 128.

We accept all major credit cards, and we are easily reached: simply call 978-712-4268 or complete the online form on our contact us page.