Tampa Bankruptcy Attorneys – Will My Retirement Be Taken in Bankruptcy?
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY RETIREMENT BENEFITS LAWYERS
There are many complicated provisions in the Bankruptcy Code that can both help and hurt a person who is filing for bankruptcy. If you have a competent Florida attorney in your corner who has experience navigating clients through these laws, you will be able to properly protect your rights and your retirement fund in bankruptcy. At Cohen & DePaul, in Tampa, we have helped thousands of individuals protect their rights and we will help you.
Protect your retirement and other assets when you file for bankruptcy. Contact Tampa attorneys Cohen & DePaul today at 813-606-4446 for a free initial consultation.
Protecting Your Pension and Retirement Plans
The Bankruptcy Code provides for many exemptions and protections for debtors (people who file bankruptcy). One of these protections is designed to specifically guard against your qualified retirement plans being taken from you. At Cohen & DePaul, we have an extensive understanding of all areas of bankruptcy, including:
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
In bankruptcy, the Supreme Court has ruled that all ERISA plans and 401(k) plans are protected from being seized during a bankruptcy proceeding. It is critical to speak with a retirement protection lawyer regarding your assets if you are experiencing a financial hardship. Many individuals will take money out of their retirement to pay bills when they should not be doing so.
We will analyze your financial statements and lay out a plan that works to best achieve your goals.
Convenient Locations and Experienced Retirement Protection Advice
Cohen & DePaul offers free consultations in both Tampa and Lakeland. If you have a distressing legal matter and need to speak with an attorney, please call 813-606-4446, or contact our law office by e-mail to set up an initial consultation. We’d like the opportunity to relieve your stress by solving your legal issue.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Contact us today for a free consultation