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Executive Compensation Plans

Executive Compensation Division in Divorce

When people are in the process of getting a divorce, property division is often a source of conflict. One issue that can be particularly challenging for husbands and wives is the division of executive compensation plans, retirement accounts and other employee funds.

What if a spouse is set to receive a large employee bonus after the parties are divorced? What if a retirement account is unvested? How do couples divide an existing retirement account to structure a just and fair division of property? At the law firm of Carter Morris, LLP, we help people find creative solutions to complex financial issues in divorce. Our attorneys have significant experience in cases involving high net worth divorce and complex property division issues.

Carter Morris, LLP represents clients throughout the state of Texas, with many clients originating from Southeast Texas and the Greater Houston area. Our firm is dedicated to helping people through difficult family challenges. We practice exclusively in family law to provide clients with the most knowledgeable, qualified, and highly professional service possible. If you need to speak with a divorce and family lawyer about an important legal matter, call our Houston office today at 713-626-3345.

We are pleased to assist people going through a divorce with all matters related to the negotiation, structured settlement, or litigation of their case, including:

  • Executive compensation
  • Executive stock option plans
  • Executive stock purchase plans
  • Retirement benefits
  • Employee profit sharing plans
  • Pension funds
  • Defined benefit plans
  • Executive bonus
  • 401K

To learn more about executive compensation division and other property division issues in divorce, contact our Houston office today by phone or e-mail.

Contact Us

To speak with an attorney about divorce or property division, call our Houston office at 713-626-3345. For assistance by e-mail, contact us online.

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