Qualified Domestic Relations Order
If you wish to divide retirement assets in your divorce, you need a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO).
A “QDRO” refers to the court order needed to divide retirement benefits in divorce. Unlike other community or marital property, retirement plans are not automatically divided.
Even if your divorce judgement states how the retirement is divided between the parties, it will not actually be divided unless you have a QDRO. A QDRO is required during or even after a divorce is final. A QDRO can also be used to collect alimony or child support.Order my QDRO preparation now
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QDRO Counsel is founded and backed by nationally recognized QDRO and Valuation experts as well as a team of business and technology experts. This powerful combination of skills, knowledge and leadership changes how pension division is handled in the United States. Easily, Fairly, Accurately.What QDRO Counsel can do for you:
- Create your QDRO(s)
- Get it pre-approved
- Help you through the QDRO process
Preparing a QDRO on your own is possible, but it is complicated and it is not enforceable if the QDRO is not prepared correctly.A QDRO is specific to each plan and can be confusing. QDRO Counsel’s preparation service helps handle this overwhelming process for the clients.
- Have your QDRO Drafted with Complete Confidence
- Backed by Nationally Recognized QDRO & Valuation Experts
- Divide your Retirement Today! Easy, Fast, & Accurate
With QDRO Counsel you can forget about fee schedules, hourly billings, retainers, contingency fees and ballpark estimates. With the upfront pricing, you always know what you’ll pay.
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