Retirement Asset Division in Divorce: A Practical Guide
For every married couple to be that falls in love, there are couples who fall out of love. In the case of those pursuing divorce, it's important to know how to properly plan, draft, and execute a QDRO. In this comprehensive program, learn about this essential divorce process, the latest updates affecting QDROs, and how to navigate through some of the most frequent issues experienced - register today!
Learn the essential components of a QDRO and their functions.
Discuss the necessary elements for drafting QDROs.
Identify different methods of payment for QDRO allocations.
Determine who gets qualified status and paying benefits for QDROs.
Understand the relationship between QDROs and taxes.
Defining QDROs and Recent Changes
Plan Identification and Benefit Allocation
Drafting Essentials and Obtaining Approval
Execution, Filing, Final Checks, Qualification, and Service
JAMES S. ADRAY is a partner in the Toledo law firm of Adray & Grna, where he practices in the areas of business law, probate, estate planning, divorce, and medical malpractice. Mr. Adray is a mediator/arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association and is a mediator trainer throughout Ohio. He has taught at the University of Toledo Law School and College of Education. Mr. Adray is a member of the State Bar of Michigan (Alternate Dispute Resolution, and Probate and Trust Law committees), and the Ohio State (Family Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution committees) and Toledo bar associations. He earned both his B.A. degree and J.D. degree from the University of Toledo.
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