If you are going through a divorce in Massachusetts, you probably haven’t given any thought to how your social media activity could impact your divorce settlement. In fact, your only concern with social media may be to hide your activities from your soon-to-be-ex spouse, or flaunt them, depending upon the details of your situation. Or, you may be using social media to find out what your spouse is up to.
If you are going through a divorce in New Hampshire, you may very well have questions about how your property and assets will be split. While dividing cash and a house may seem relatively straightforward, how other types of assets – such as a retirement account – will be divided can be more confusing.
For legal counsel when pursuing a NH divorce, turn to the experienced advice of The Law Offices of Attorney Michael F. Mimno. In the meantime, consider the following about how retirement accounts are divided in a New Hampshire divorce–