- The information which an actuary will need to calculate the present value of the member’s retirement benefit; or
- The amount of monthly benefit the member would receive based on the member’s service to date and the date the member would be eligible to receive the benefit.
This information can be obtained from OPERS approximately 14 days after receipt of a written request. OPERS will not release this information to anyone, including the member’s attorney without the written consent of the member. This information will not be released over the telephone under any circumstances. Information contained in a member’s file may be obtained through subpoena or court order.
Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)
Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) :
Divorce voids the designation of a spouse as the member’s beneficiary. Thus, once a member’s divorce is final, the member must complete a new Beneficiary Designation form, dated after the date of the divorce decree, designating a new beneficiary. A member may designate a divorced spouse as his or her beneficiary, but is still required to complete a new Beneficiary Designation form, dated after the date of the divorce decree, naming the former spouse as a beneficiary.