The Governing Board of
A Detailed Dive into Qualified Domestic Relations Orders
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
10:00 am to 11:45 pm PST
This presentation will include a practical and technical presentation pertaining to one of the most difficult, high-conflict categories of plan distributions: QDRO distributions! The presentation will walk through the life cycle of a QDRO from two perspectives: the divorcing Participant and the Plan Administrator. The presenter will share best practices advice for qualifying a QDRO as the fiduciary and risk reduction strategies for third party plan administrators.
Three learning objectives:
ELIZABETH VAN CLIEF is a founder and partner of the firm. Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from UCSD, a law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law, and a Masters of Laws in Taxation from the University of San Diego School of Law. Elizabeth’s technical background allows her to bring a mathematical approach to her practice.
Elizabeth is dedicated to providing the highest level of expert services to divorcing spouses and family law attorneys in the areas of retirement benefits and equity-based compensation. Elizabeth is a frequent lecturer to family law attorneys and retirement benefits plan administrators in California on the topics of QDROs, division of community property, drafting marital settlement agreement language, subpoenaing retirement benefits information, effective use of an expert, and advanced stock options calculations. Elizabeth is also the past president of the Western Pension & Benefits Council, San Diego, and the past Co-Chair of the Taxation Section of the San Diego County Bar Association.
Elizabeth is proud to offer her clients an efficient, cost-effective, and ethical approach to accurately valuing and dividing the community interest in retirement benefits.
Early bird Cost: $65 for members, $90 for non-members.
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