I have a 401K that was started prior to the marriage, so some of it is a marital asset and some of it is not. Of course, if I leave it where it is now I can easily document what is a “marital asset” and what is not.
If I decide to roll it over, and do not contribute to the account, can I use the documentation from the previous custodian and apply it to the new account?
$100,000 in 401K. 50% is before marriage ($50,000), and 50% is after marriage ($50,000).
If I roll it over to a broker (E*Trade, for example), will it then become 100% marital assets? Or, will the same 50/50 ratio apply?