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Hard work goes into building and becoming vested in pensions, 401(k)s, IRAs and employee stock purchase plans. When faced with the threat of losing a portion of those benefits in property division — whether you or your spouse has earned them — you need an attorney to take a proactive approach to preserve your valuable assets.

Protecting Your Rights While Securing Your Post-Divorce Future

No one will deny that divorce is a difficult time in your life. At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., we represent Southern Arizona residents and military personnel needing help with complex asset division. You are entitled to continue your current quality of life. The job of our Pima County divorce and retirement attorney is to attend to every detail and protect your rights while you deal with the emotional impact.

Do you need help protecting your hard-earned retirement benefits or receiving monies that you are entitled to as community property? Contact our Tucson divorce lawyer.

Hector Montoya: Divorce Attorney With Background in Financial Analysis

Combining extensive experience as a divorce lawyer with a background as a financial analyst, Hector Montoya provides the insight necessary to protect your rights. The first step is establishing a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) to protect the interests of our clients. A QDRO is a court order assigning an alternate payee the right to receive funds from a retirement plan.

If a QDRO is to your benefit, Mr. Montoya will establish strong financial arguments and look out for your best interests.

Your Decisions, Our Attorney — Call 520-743-1797

Call our Tucson, Arizona, law offices to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Tucson retirement division attorney, or contact us online by completing our brief intake/e-mail form.