Tag Archives: Retirement

Justice Kennedy's Retirement Decision

I want to raise one point in light of the new allegation against Judge Kavanaugh. Justice Kennedy has already retired. He could have chosen to make his retirement contingent on the confirmation of his successor, as other Justices have. Since … Continue reading

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Why Your Divorce Lawyer Should be Talking About Retirement & Why You Should be Listening

It is axiomatic that divorce is an emotional process. Samuel Johnson summed up domestic life best when he wrote, “To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition.” One of the great challenges of representing clients going … Continue reading

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How Your Retirement May Impact Your Florida Alimony Obligation

Life is full of many twists and turns, many of which can have financial consequences. When you experience a turn in your life that reduces your income, and you are under an existing court order to pay your ex-spouse alimony, … Continue reading

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Evaluating the inclusion of "longevity allowance payments" in computing an employee's final average salary for retirement benefit purposes

Evaluating the inclusion of "longevity allowance payments" in computing an employee's final average salary for retirement benefit purposesBohlen v DiNapoli,2018 NY Slip Op 05720, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentIn this action Petitioners ask the court to review the Comptroller determination excluding … Continue reading

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How Long $1 Million Lasts in Retirement

Saving a nice $1 million for retirement used to be the goal for most people, but now it may not be enough depending on where you plan to live out your days. Andrew DePietro, a research and data analyst at… … Continue reading

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