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Tucson Arizona QDRO Attorney

Securing a Solid Financial Future Following Divorce

Divorce is seldom easy. For those with significant assets in the form of 401ks, retirement plans, or other investments, the process of dividing these assets becomes very complex and often contentious. Putting a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) in place may be your best option for protecting your financial interests during marital property and asset division.

At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., in Tucson, Arizona, we recognize going through divorce is highly stressful. It is our goal to help you protect the assets you are entitled to, allowing you the financial stability to continue your current quality of life, while minimizing emotional impact.

Drawing upon his years as a family law lawyer and financial analyst, attorney Hector Montoya is prepared to assist you in establishing a QDRO that maintains your interests. To arrange a consultation, contact our firm at 520-743-1797.

What is a QDRO?

QDRO is an acronym for "qualified domestic relations order". A QDRO is a court order that assigns an alternate payee the right to receive funds from a retirement plan or pension. In simpler terms, a QDRO allows a former spouse to collect from 401ks, stocks, or other investments formerly designated to their ex-spouse.

In complex divorce cases where a QDRO may be of benefit, our firm employs experts to assist us in putting forward the best possible financial arguments we can on behalf of our clients.

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