Fairfax Military Divorce Settlement Attorney
Protecting Pensions, Retirements and Your Future
At the end of 20 years of military service to the nation, often the biggest asset a military family has in their possession is their federal pension. If that marriage breaks down, the issue of how to distribute and divide those military pensions in divorce can become among the most difficult property distribution issues in a divorce settlement.
To discuss questions regarding your military pensions, call us toll free at 1-866-491-8319 or locally at 703-763-4067.
For clients who are pursuing a divorce later in life, perhaps even after the kids are grown, a military and federal civilian pension is more important than a house, cars or other property. We also understand that it is practically impossible to modify a property division after the divorce order is entered, so we work to ensure it is done right the first time.
At the Law Office of Richard L. Downey, located in Fairfax, Virginia, we know how to help you protect federal pensions in divorce settlements to make sure your plans for your future stay on track.
Protecting Your Right to Federal and Civilian Pensions
Attorney Richard L. Downey understands the ins and outs of property settlement, QDROs and the complexities involved in dividing military pensions. We understand how a lifetime in service to a company, a family, the government or the nation creates an attachment and pride in your retirement accounts that goes beyond the numbers.
We help you protect your rights to those retirement accounts during a military divorce and strive to protect your personal vision for the future.
If you need legal guidance that can adapt to your needs and work effectively for you in and out of the courtroom, put the Law Office of Richard L. Downey to work for your divorce case.
Schedule an Appointment with Divorce Lawyer, Richard L. Downey
Coming to an agreement over the division of a federal pension during divorce can be a complicated process. You can rely on your lawyer to understand your needs and take effective action on your behalf. Call us at 703-763-4067 or contact us online