Actuaries, Pension Experts & QRDO’s
Experienced Actuaries and Pension Experts
In the divorce process, you must properly value every marital asset in order to ensure equitable dissolution. Pensions and retirement plans often pose a problem in term of determining their value. Dishon & Block’s credentialed, published, trial-proven actuaries and pension experts intimately understand retirement plans and many of the issues our clients are facing.
“Properly valuating retirement plans allows for their fair and equitable division.”
Valuating Retirement Plans
Using their broad knowledge of statistics, finance, and business, our team of actuaries and pension experts can determine the value of:
- Savings plans
- Stock ownership plans
- Insurance policies
- Pension plans
- Other financial strategies
Doing so will ensure an accurate valuation of your case's defined contribution plan for equitable distribution. Learn more about dividing retirements plans in divorce.
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders
When dividing retirement assets, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QRDO’s) are used to give a portion of these assets to your former spouse after your divorce is final. Dishon & Block has experience utilizing QDRO's for a variety of reasons but generally limited to three main areas: dividing retirement plans as marital property, for purposes of paying alimony, and paying child support or child support arrearages.
Carrie Block, Partner, has the experience and knowledge required to execute QDRO’s for a variety of situations. Her ability to draft and formulate these documents significantly reduces the amount of time required to file these orders. By reducing the time needed to file QRDO’s, we can often save you money and reduce the stress of dealing with the financial impact of divorce. Learn more about Qualified Domestic Relations Orders.
It’s not up to you to determine highly complicated financial information that will greatly impact your divorce case. Trust the experts Dishon & Block has chosen to help clients. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss how to properly value and protect your retirement assets.
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