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Over the past several years, courts across the country have chipped away at protections for retirement assets against creditors. The protections that were previously taken for granted are now at risk. Family law practitioners should be especially cautious when advising clients on how to divide retirement assets upon divorce as recent decisions may render previously protected assets vulnerable to creditors. For most families, retirement assets are their largest or second largest asset after the family home. Consequently, attorneys must be aware of the changing case law on retirement funds and, accordingly, advise clients on how to protect their assets.

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