Family Law Section - California State Public Plans – CalPERS and CalSTRS

  • Thursday, October 08, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Video Conference

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California State Public Plans – CalPERS and CalSTRS

Whether a CalPERS member or the ex-spouse, there will be basic questions on how to divide the largest public retirement plan in California.  We will discuss what to watch out for during the case with an active member vs. a retired member, how estimates on which way to divide may be helpful, how to handle disability, and the biggest pitfalls with a CalPERS division.

  • Division methods for state public defined benefit plans;
  • Issue Spotting;
  • Disability; and
  • Drafting judgment language for defined benefit pension plans.

QDROCounsel founder John Madden is a nationally known retirement benefit valuation expert in dividing marital or community property in divorce. Since 1999, John has been a recurrent expert witness for the courts on the subject of valuations and QDROs, and is also a frequent speaker on the subject including for AAML, ADFP and various Bar Associations.

QDROCounsel founder Louise Nixon Esq. is a nationally recognized QDRO expert, who has practiced law specializing in retirement benefit division and QDROs since 1994.  Louise is a recurrent family law court appointed expert on QDROs and speaker on the subject, including being quoted for her expertise in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. 

Registered attendees will be provided with a link to Zoom registration once you have registered for this event and paid your fee.  Be sure to look out for that registration confirmation email!  It may land in your spam or updates folder.  This is a 2-step process.  Please pay online in order to receive the registration link. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this new method of providing MCLE during this challenging time.

This video conference will provide one hour MCLE credit.

Cost is $15 for PCBA Family Law Section members and $25 for non-section and non-PCBA members.

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