Understanding State And Federal Retirement Plans (2016)
Total Credits: 4.5 Professional Practice
This program will provide a solid grounding in the law, as well as suggestions for dealing with thorny and challenging questions that arise in many of the issues most commonly encountered
by matrimonial practitioners in dealing with governmental retirement plans.
The experienced faculty members will relate the law and procedure governing this areas, highlighting successful techniques and approaches you can use in your own practice.
To be sure you are current with the latest important court decisions and legal development in matrimonial law, the program begins with the traditionally popular presentation on “Recent Decisions, New Legislation and Developing Trends in Matrimonial Law.”
Topics to be covered include:
• Recent Decisions, New Legislation and Developing Trends inMatrimonial Law
• State and City Retirement Plans
• Federal Plans
Daniel Lipschutz, Esq.
Carolyn A. D'Agostino, Esq.
Robert Guarnera, MAAA, MSPA, EA
Karen Mazza, Esq.
Bruce J. Wagner, Esq.
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):