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Steven A. Paquette

Starting a new life often means making changes to important planning documents. What made sense for a couple fully invested in a marriage may not make sense during the divorcing process, or after the divorce is finalized. In litigated matters, Restraining Orders may prevent some changes during the process, but others are allowed. After divorce, you are fre e to make any decision not prohibited by the Decree of Divorce. In addition, many divorce agreements or court orders require that pension and retirement benefits be divided. Specialized expertise is required to have the divisions done properly, and to protect important tax advantages. This complicated area requires expert advice. Bousquet Holstein’s team of attorneys would like to help you address these important matters, working closely with your matrimonial attorney to make sure all facts and circumstances are taken into account.

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