The court found that the action by the wife was not the fault of the plan, and therefore the plan was not required to reimburse him. He most likely has an action against his ex-wife - he could sue her in family court or report it to the prosecutor to see if the funds can be recovered. Avoid the headache, however, by making sure you change your address on all accounts --- even those from long ago. Change your passwords and usernames - and even the "clues" such as the town you were born - to make it more difficult for an ex-spouse to wreak havoc on your online financial life.
|Do not let your money walk away.|