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QDROs: Dividing Retirement Plans in Tennessee Divorces

QDROs: Dividing Retirement Plans in Tennessee Divorces

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QDROs: Dividing Retirement Plans in Tennessee Divorces

Millions of private workers are covered by employer-provided retirement plans. In divorce actions, a retirement plan is a crucial component when it comes to dividing up assets, so it's more important than ever for you to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of preparing QDROs.

Learn valuable retirement plan division tips that will help you more effectively serve clients during divorce proceedings in the all-new interactive CLE webinar from Tennessee Attorneys Memo: QDROs: Dividing Retirement Plans in Tennessee Divorces.

Your webinar presenter, attorney James D. Helton, will share practical tips and advice for dividing retirement plans in Tennessee.

Webinar Learning Take-Aways:

  • How the marital portion of the pension is calculated
  • When the alternate payee will receive survivorship benefits
  • Who prepares the QDRO and which spouse will pay for the cost of preparation
  • What the Plan Administrator requires
  • How gains and losses will be credited
  • And more...

 

About your webinar leader:

James D. Helton II practices family law at Cheatham, Palermo & Garrett, where he concentrates his practice in the area of QDRO preparation and litigation. Mr. Helton has been preparing Qualified Domestic Relations Orders since 2008. He also has extensive experience in other types of retirement plans, including state retirement plans, military retirement, federal retirement, and railroad retirement plans. He is licensed to practice law in all state courts in Tennessee, and has also litigated QDRO issues in state and federal court. He not only understands QDRO law, he has helped to shape it. He recently argued in front of the Tennessee Court of Appeals regarding how our state courts should resolve conflicts between MDAs and QDROs.

QDROs: Dividing Retirement Plans in Tennessee Divorces

Presented by James D. Helton II, attorney with Cheatham, Palermo & Garrett.

Millions of private workers are covered by employer-provided retirement plans. In divorce actions, a retirement plan is a crucial component when it comes to dividing up assets, so it's more important than ever for you to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of preparing QDROs.

Until a proposed QDRO is approved by the plan administrator and entered by the trial court, the act of the trial court in dividing the pension plan is not complete -- and not enforceable.

Learn valuable retirement plan division tips that will help you more effectively serve clients during divorce proceedings in this all-new interactive webinar just for Tennessee attorneys.

In just one hour, you'll learn:

  • When the alternate payee will receive a fixed dollar amount or percentage of the account
  • How the marital portion of the pension is calculated
  • How gains and losses will be credited
  • When the alternate payee will receive a percentage of early retirement or cost of living adjustments
  • When the alternate payee will receive survivorship benefits
  • Who prepares the QDRO and which spouse will pay for the cost of preparation
  • What the Plan Administrator requires

Order now, and get up-to-date on dividing retirement plans in Tennessee divorce proceedings.

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