Notice of Adverse Interest

Stop your ex-spouse from retiring or otherwise moving funds. Most parties want this protection.


A Notice of Adverse Interest (NAI) provides notice to a plan of a divorce or pending divorce. In many cases, a NAI sent to a plan may trigger a hold on the plan benefits until a QDRO is served on the plan. It may stop a participant from retiring or otherwise moving funds. Services include drafting and serving the NAI. Does not apply to Military, Federal Employee and IRA plans.

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