Free Resource for Oregon Family Law Attorneys Relating to Divisions of PERS Accounts

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Regardless of whether your client is on the paying end or the receiving end of an assignment in the division of an Oregon PERS account, there are new things to be aware of when devising your strategy. Recent changes at PERS have complicated what in the past had been simple choices. The potential for error is very much present because the path to optimal treatment for your client can be counter-intuitive. Some of these choices must be faced at the time of the Marital Settlement Agreement or the General Judgment. QDRO time may be too late.

Attorney’s Guide to Dealing With Oregon PERS Accounts in Divorce
Written by David Gault, CPA & QDRO Specialist, Jones & Roth

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