I sat down for an interview on military benefits with divorce financial strategist Jason Crowley, CFA, CFP, CDFA. You can read about it here: https://www.survivedivorce.com/military-divorce

A Guide to Divorce and Military Benefits

We have updated our resources page http://www.qdrodivision.com/resources/ to include some fantastic new resources including: Survive Divorce (https://www.survivedivorce.com) provides information, inspiration and community to people going through divorce. Divorce Mortgage Advisors (https://www.divorcemortgageadvisors.com) provides expert guidance to help you navigate the divorce mortgage process and understand your options. Divorce Capital Planning (http://www.divorcecapitalplanning.com) […]

New Links In Our Self Help Resources Section

The Law Offices of Ruegg and Ruegg are officially being renamed back to the Law Offices of David T. Ruegg. We are excited for NaKesha Ruegg, who is returning to the practice of general family law as the supervising attorney of the Riverside office of family law firm, Holstrom, Block, […]

Congratulations on your new firm – NaKesha Ruegg

Ruegg & Ruegg Partners, David and NaKesha Ruegg, where profiled originally here: http://www.riversidecountybar.com/Documents/Magazine-2018/Riverside-Lawyer-Magazine-volume-68-10-November-2018.pdf Here is the link to just the Profile Part of the Magazine: Ruegg Profile Riverside Lawyer

Riverside Lawyer Profiles David and NaKesha Ruegg

Here is the text from the Article that was published originally here: http://www.riversidecountybar.com/Documents/Magazine-2018/Riverside-Lawyer-Magazine-volume-68-10-November-2018.pdf COMMON QDRO JUDGMENT LANGUAGE ERRORS AND HOW TO FIX THEM Co-Authored by David T. Ruegg and NaKesha S.D. Ruegg A common problem for QDRO Attorneys is unclear judgment language that leaves to much room for interpretation by parties […]

Article published in Riverside Lawyer On How to Write Your ...

What is a QDRO? A QDRO is a “Qualified Domestic Relations Order”, a specialized court order used to divide retirement accounts governed under Federal ERISA law. While the term “QDRO” technically only applies to ERISA governed plans, the term “QDRO” is commonly used among family law attorneys and litigators when […]

Questions and Answers With David T. Ruegg, QDRO Attorney

QDRO Process: If you are reading this you have just begun the retaining process with our office. To complete the retaining process you must provide our office with : Your signed and completed Retainer Agreement; Your retainer fee; Your completed Addendum (which includes all parties information not just your own); […]

Want to know more about the QDRO process/procedures at Ruegg ...

It is a common misunderstanding that I, as a QDRO attorney, know how much Parties will receive. As a QDRO attorney, my job is more comparable to a translator than a financial advisor or a CPA. Usually I need not see the records to translate the terms of your judgment […]

How Much Am I Going To Get From The QDRO?

Whenever you combine and equalize accounts-what you are doing is mathematically saying that $1 in investments in one account is equal to $1 in investments in the other account-which is mathematically inaccurate-the degree to the inaccuracy depends on the investments, but one party will be ‘shorted’ on the investment gains […]

Be Careful Equalizing Different Accounts Against Each Other

At the martial settlement stage, clients expect that discovery is finished and all there is left to do and know about a case is what ‘strategy’ to employ in settlement negotiations or trial.  Yet commonly the retirement assets, often the largest assets of the marriage, are insufficiently researched before commencement […]

Non-qualified plans-what you don’t know