Butterfield Schechter LLP Celebrates Its 15-Year Anniversary with Private Concert by Jorma Kaukonen

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Jorma kaukonen

Butterfield Schechter LLP celebrated its 15-year anniversary on January 19 with a private concert for clients and business colleagues with special musical guest and firm client, Jorma Kaukonen. Jorma is a founding member of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna as well as a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Kaukonen treated guests to an evening of acoustical tunes from his vast repertoire.

Partner Marc Schechter, a personal friend of Kaukonen, is a graduate of Rowan University in New Jersey with a B.A. in Music (Guitar). Schechter said, “It was a great way to celebrate our firm's 15-year anniversary with such an esteemed guest of honor, certainly different than the usual cocktail party.”

Butterfield Schechter is San Diego's largest law firm focusing its practice on ERISA and employee benefits law matters.

Retirement Plans

We help establish a customized plan that meets regulatory requirements as a tax qualified plan. Following implementation, our attorneys can assist clients and their plan administrator with regular reviews and updates to help with regulatory compliance for the plan's operation, and continued effectiveness in meeting the client's specific goals.

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A QDRO is a specially designed court order that is required for the division of retirement benefits in a family law case. Many family law attorneys do not possess the expertise necessary to divide retirement benefits or stock options upon divorce. We have extensive experience in dividing qualified plans, government plans, IRAs and stock options between the employee spouse and non-employee spouse.

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