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What is a QMCSO?

Q. Jim P. of Oregon asks: "What's a QMCSO?"

A. Brett, from the QDRO Department of Pension Evaluators® at Troyan, Inc.® replies: "QMCSO is an acronym for Qualified Medical Child Support Order. It is designed to provide health coverage to a child of an employee through his or her employer's group health plan.

The QMCSO process occurs through the court system and has become very popular within claims of child support because, under this type of order, this type of income is not treated as taxable income.

A medical child support order becomes qualified as a QMCSO if it satisfies the employer's legal and administrative qualification requirements. The employer's QMCSO process is guided by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and the employer's group health plan."

Brett Disdale

Lead QDRO Writer

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