Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 1A.130
Application for allowances for service retirement or disability retirement; effective date of retirement; rights of present or former spouse; System exempted from liability for false designation of marital status by member or justice or judge who retires.


1.

Applications for service retirement allowances or disability retirement allowances must be submitted to the offices of the System on forms approved by the Executive Officer of the Board. The form must not be deemed filed unless it contains:

(a)

The member of the Judicial Retirement Plans selection of the retirement plan contained in NRS 1A.440 or one of the optional plans provided in NRS 1A.450;

(b)

A notarized statement of the marital status of the member of the Judicial Retirement Plan; and

(c)

If the member of the System is married, a statement of the spouses consent or objection to the chosen retirement plan, signed by the spouse and notarized.

2.

Except as otherwise required by NRS 1A.390, retirement becomes effective on whichever of the following days is the later:

(a)

The day immediately following the applicants last day of employment;

(b)

The day the completed application form is filed with the System;

(c)

The day immediately following the applicants last day of creditable service; or

(d)

The effective date of retirement specified on the application form.

3.

The selection of a retirement plan by a member of the Judicial Retirement Plan and consent or objection to that plan by the spouse pursuant to this section does not affect the responsibility of the member concerning the rights of any present or former spouse.

4.

The System is not liable for any damages resulting from the false designation of marital status by a member of the System or a retired justice or judge, or a justice of the Supreme Court, judge of the Court of Appeals or district judge who retires pursuant to NRS 2.060 to 2.083, inclusive, 2A.100 to 2A.150, inclusive, or 3.090 to 3.099, inclusive.
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