John S. Eory, Appellate Court Permits Invasion of Retirement Accounts to Enforce Child Support Orders

On May 7th, the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court issued a decision regarding the case of Orlowsky v. Orlowsky. The Court ruled that federally-protected retirement plans can be invaded in order to pay child support, college tuition, and attorney and expert fees. For the full case opinion, click here.

Download the full article by clicking John S. Eory, Appellate Court Permits Invasion of Retirement Accounts to Enforce Child Support Orders.

Posted by Jessica Zhang, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.

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