Trust That Your Qualified Domestic Relations Order Is Properly Processed
Asset division in a divorce can be a challenge, even when both parties are cooperating. Although you can handle a lot of assets relatively quickly, a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) for retirement account usually cannot. We at Zettersten & Hammond know how challenging it can be to navigate the QDRO process, and we can help you do it.
A QDRO needs to be properly filed in order to ensure that you know what to expect in your future. Our lawyers know how important a QDRO can be in shaping your future after separating from your spouse, so let us be the ones who help you shape it.
How A Domestic Relations Order Becomes Qualified
To better understand a QDRO, you must first understand what a Domestic Relations Order (DRO) is. A DRO is an arrangement that a family law court has issued during a divorce. In order for a DRO to become qualified, it needs to be accepted by the plan provider, the company that holds the retirement account in question.
Often times, the plan provider will also require you to submit additional paperwork for the provider to accept the DRO, which results in even more paperwork that you need to complete.
Ensure Your Future Is In Good Hands
Whether you are trying to establish a DRO/QDRO, or if you are attempting to get the plan provider to accept the DRO, our Tennessee attorneys can make sure that everything goes as smooth as possible. Contact us at our Brentwood and Murfreesboro offices by calling 615-896-5720 today. We offer free consultations to make the first step even easier.