1) Top Equalization Mistakes
2) Mistakes in Applying Dates of Cutoff in Settlements, i.e. Date of Valuation, Date of Segregation & Date of Transfer
3) New Rules for Retired Members of the New York City Police Pension Fund
You will learn how to avoid errors and ambiguities, how to correctly identify retirement plans and address issues like amount of benefit, valuation and transfer dates, loans, investment earnings, premarital balance, equalization, and survivorship.
The New NYC Police Pension Rules & Avoiding Top Settlement Mistakes
In this 2-hour CLE Webinar, Denisa Tova-Liebman, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Certified QDRO Specialist and a retirement valuation specialist, will discuss how dealing with retirement assets has been oversimplified, and where the process breaks down and spills over into faulty settlement. Learn about the top issues in settlements and how to correctly address them, and the top valuation pitfalls and settlement language traps.
Sponsored by the New York State Bar Association
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s): 2.0
Total Credit(s): 2.0
Section Member Price: $60.00
NYSBA Member Price: $75.00
Non-Member Price: $125.00
Understand The New York City Fire Department Pension (“Fund’) and The Critical Provisions That Are Often Missed by Practitioners
Denisa will explain:
How to verify benefits.
The Fund and it’s key provisions.
What to consider when member retires on disability.
How to read the Fund’s ‘Pension Estimate Report’.
The lesser-known provisions, such as excess contributions, which, if not addressed in the settlement agreement, will lead to unintended misallocation of the marital share.