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Divorcing Later In Life Requires Thorough Care

Late-life divorce, or “gray divorce,” has a few key differences compared to midlife divorce. Couples might not need to worry about dividing parenting time, but other aspects of divorce can be more complicated. If retirement is on the horizon, for example, access to retirement savings may be a primary concern.

The Manely Firm, P.C., works closely with clients who are 50 years old or greater, addressing their unique concerns and questions. We offer a comprehensive perspective for property division, spousal support and other key issues in divorce. Gain experienced legal advice from one of our reputable Georgia attorneys.

Customized Counsel For Your Specific Needs

Our team knows how to advise clients regarding common gray divorce matters, including:

  • Dividing property such as real estate, investments and accounts that spouses may have shared for decades, which could have drastically changed in value
  • Using a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) to divide retirement accounts, such as 401(k), 403(b), IRA, Roth IRA and pension plans
  • Planning for any tax implications of asset division
  • Highlighting any unique financial need, particularly for long-term health conditions or medical care
  • Determining spousal support, if appropriate

Over the course of your lifetime, you may have accumulated significant or complex property with your spouse. Alternatively, there may be needs or issues that are just beginning to affect your life.

We take ample time to learn about your goals to form a cohesive divorce strategy. Our attorneys work to ensure that you can leave the marriage with fair outcomes, maximizing security for the years to come.

Your Future Matters. Call Today.

Divorcing in your later adult years has the potential to set the stage for the rest of your life. Working with a skilled attorney can protect you against overlooking crucial details during the process.

Speak with our lawyers at The Manely Firm, P.C., by sending an email or calling 866-687-8561. With multiple locations throughout the state, we are ready to provide direct guidance.