Going After Ex’s Retirement Benefits After Divorce is Finalized

This video features Jillian French, a Family Law attorney based in Texas.

Texas Divorce Lawyer Explains The Process

Video Transcript:

Tom Mustin: 

Can a person go after a share of an ex-spouse's retirement accounts after the divorce has been finalized? We ask attorney Jillian French in this Ask the Lawyers quick question.

Jillian French: 

If it was an account that was not disclosed or not put in the divorce decree, then they could. As an undivided or undisclosed asset, that is something that is provided for in the Texas family code.

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