Can a spouse get retirement accounts in a divorce?

Answer Depending on the state, type of account and situation, a spouse can get retirement accounts in a divorce. For example, in Alaska benefits from such accounts as the Public Employees and Teachers Ret... Read More »

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Would an ex military spouse qualify for a percentage of military retirement in a divorce?

Ex-military spouses qualify for 50 percent of the military member's retirement if the couple was married for at least 10 years while the service member was on active duty, according to Divorcenet.c... Read More »

If getting a divorce in Pennsylvania can the spouse who provides medical insurance legally terminate the other's medical benefits before the divorce is final when the two are living separately?

Answer No. I believe he must wait until the divorce is final and all terms are worked out.

How to Find Out If Your Spouse Has Hidden Accounts From You?

Financial infidelity is a real problem for many couples. If a spouse is deceptive about money matters, this can lead to conflict and even divorce. If your husband or wife has established credit car... Read More »

How to Rollover Retirement Accounts?

Rolling over existing retirement plan assets requires first evaluating your financial situation. If you are changing jobs, you may take retirement savings with you by rolling them into a self-direc... Read More »