A review of the QDRO case Kollander v. Kollander that went through the Alaska Supreme Court on April 18, 2014.
A review of the property division/QDROs case Johnson v. Johnson that went through the Nevada Supreme Court in 2014.
A review of the property division case Roberts v. Roberts that went through the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District in 2014.
A review of the property division case Hassey v. Hassey that went through the Massachusetts Appeals Court in 2014.
The Final Judgment distributed the marital portion of the Husband’s pension benefits equally between the parties and noted that the pension benefits would be reduced when the Former Husband began receiving social security benefits.
State/Prov. : Wisconsin Case name : Johnson v. Masters Case # : 2011AP1240: May 17, 2013 Court : Wisconsin Court of Appeals Reviewed by : Gregg Herman Main issue : QDROs and Statute of Repose On April 4, 2012, District II of
In Topol v. Polokoff, the husband dies during the divorce proceedings. During the marriage, the wife was the primary beneficiary of his Individual Retirement Account (IRA), but this was changed about a month after the marriage dissolution was filed, naming his two daughters as co-primary beneficiaries.