2 edition of Standards for state judicial retirement plans found in the catalog.
Standards for state judicial retirement plans
American Bar Association. Judicial Administration Division.
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Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Bar Association. Committee on Standards for Judicial Retirement. ISBN: Judicial Retirement System (JRS) - Plan 1 or Plan 2 Judicial Retirement System (JRS) Account, Plan 2 for Active Employees This retirement information is based on current ERS laws and rules.
The Handbook for Conservators: Revised Edition, is published by the Judicial Council of California and con- tains information required to be provided to private.
HOME Site Map Contact US: Maine Public Employees Retirement System P.O. BoxAugusta, ME toll free: () local: () Kentucky pension crisis: Leave the healthy judicial retirement plan alone, justice says.
A Kentucky justice says the judicial plan is solid and asks that it be left out of special session reforms. Division of Retirement and Benefits 6th Floor State Office Building, P.O. BoxJuneau, AK Fax: () • TDD: () • Telephone:. WorkLife Assistance Program. The WorkLife Assistance Program is a free and confidential benefit that is available to all judges and nonjudicial employees and their family members for help with the various personal difficulties that everyone can encounter at some point in their lives.