Links-DIVIDING HEALTH SAVING ACCOUNTS (HSAs) IN DIVORCE Links-DIVIDING HEALTH SAVING ACCOUNTS (HSAs) IN DIVORCE (work on computer not cell)Your ex-spouse can open their HSA with an administrator of their choice. They don't need to be HSA-eligible to open an account for the sole purpose of receiving a rollover from an ex-spouse's HSA balance by court order as part of a divorce settlement. This rollover isn't a taxable event for either party.Can HSAs be transferred in divorce?HSAs are handled like IRAs in a divorce. Interest in an HSA can be transferred between spouses as part of a divorce or separation agreement. It is not considered a taxable transfer, and the interest that is transferred keeps its identity as an HSA for the receiving spouse. Is an HSA considered an asset?In addition, the account owner may think of the HSA as just money set aside for medical expenses, not an “asset.” However, HSAs can be, and should be, considered an asset to be included in the property division1. HSAs and Divorce from VOYA Link: Article-HSAs and Divorce from VOYA2. Managing an HSAs Through a Divorce Link: Article-Managing an HSAs Through a Divorce3. How to Divide HSAs During a Divorce Link: Article-How to Divide HSAs During a Divorce4. Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Maybe Allocated in Divorce Link: Article-Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Maybe Allocated in DivorceThe information being provided is strictly as a courtesy. When you link to any of the websites provided here, you are leaving this web site. We make no representation as to the completeness or accuracy of information provided at these web sites. Nor is the company liable for any direct or indirect technical or system issues or any consequences arising out of your access to or your use of third-party technologies, websites, information and programs made available through this web site. When you access one of these web sites, you are leaving our web site and assume total responsibility and risk for your use of the websites you are linking to.