Keeping Your 401(k) And IRA Savings During Bankruptcy

Many people are worried that filing for bankruptcy will leave them with no assets — that although their debt will be discharged, they will be left with nothing on which to build a new life. One of people's biggest concerns is what filing bankruptcy will mean for their hard-earned retirement savings.

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Using both the Florida and the federal codes, attorneys at Nowack & Olson, PLLC, will work to ensure that you get the maximum exemptions. Remember: Bankruptcy laws were developed to give you a new start, not to leave you destitute.

From our office locations in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Boca Raton and Jupiter, our lawyers have been handling bankruptcy matters for South Floridians for more than 20 years. We have seen the laws change, and we are well-versed in all areas of the federal Bankruptcy Code. Our lawyers even helped create new laws for the Florida Bankruptcy Code. We have a solid record of success.

Retirement Assets Are Exempt During The Bankruptcy Process

If your retirement savings/investments are in an Employee Retirement Income Security Act-qualified pension plan, your retirement assets are exempt. As with many federal laws, ERISA can be complicated and in order to ensure that your retirement accounts are covered under this law, it is best to contact Nowack & Olson so that we can accurately assess your assets.

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You are under no obligation to hire Nowack & Olson, PLLC, if you meet with one of our bankruptcy attorneys to learn about your options. Contact us online or call us today at 305-698-2265 or 888-813-4737 toll free to schedule your free initial consultation. Hablamos español.