Family Law from Ky Court of Appeals Today:Where MSA awarded each spouse his/her own IRAs and each waived any claim to the IRA of the other, but husband failed to change his beneficiary designation to someone other than former spouse, Ky Court of Appeals a

Sadler v. Buskirk

 

 

Sadler v. Buskirk

Where MSA awarded each spouse his/her own IRAs and each waived any claim to the IRA of the other, but husband failed to change his beneficiary designation to someone other than former spouse, Ky Court of Appeals affirmed trial court’s denial of new wife’s request to declare that former spouse had no rights as beneficiary.

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