Okaloosa County Gray Divorce Attorney
Let Us Help You Navigate This Difficult Situation
Gray divorce is a term people have started using for a divorce involving
people over the age of 40. Most people who fall into this category have
been married between 20 and 30 years, meaning they likely share children,
retirement accounts, and property together. Whether the couple has just
grown apart or they have become different people after retirement, an
increasing number of older individuals are deciding to call it quits.
If you’re in this category, our skilled
Okaloosa County divorce attorneys can help. Gray divorce can sometimes be complicated, particularly during the
property division stage. Our lawyers at Chesser & Barr, P.A. have the experience needed
to help you navigate family law and meet your legal goals.
Call us at (850) 610-7471 to get your case started today!
One of the most significant affects the divorce will have on you and your
spouse will be on your finances. People going through a gray divorce might
be retired or close to retirement. Gray divorce often endangers retirement
for both spouses, since they might be living on half the income they had
expected after the divorce. Typically, all retirement accounts and pensions
will usually need to be divided equitably, or as fairly as possible. However,
this could put you in a dangerous position if you can no longer afford
to be retired after the divorce. Likewise, if you’re already retired,
it can be difficult for older individuals to be hired, even with anti-discrimination
laws in place.
Call Us About Your Case
Chesser & Barr, P.A. can help you through this challenging time. There might be many financial
repercussion you may not have considered before filing for divorce. Let
us see what our
Okaloosa County family law attorneys can do for you. We look forward to speaking with you.
Contact us at (850) 610-7471 or fill out our online form to schedule a case consultation
with us today.