Does my former spouse have to sign the QDRO?

Camille from Gainesville, FL asks, "Does my former spouse have to sign the QDRO?"

Pension Evaluators® at Troyan Inc.® answers, "Usually you and your ex-spouse write the QDRO as an agreement where you both sign and the judge signs. But if the parties don’t agree about the QDRO’s terms, the judge will make the final decision and enter the order with or without both parties’ consent. The judge can order a party to sign the QDRO so it can be given to the plan administrator with both parties’ signatures."

Pension Evaluators® at Troyan® QDRO Consulting offers expert QDRO outsourcing services to divorce attorneys and mediators, as well as retirement plan administrators.
Divorce attorneys/mediators – You can rely on Pension Evaluators® at Troyan, Inc.® to draft QDRO documents correctly and promptly for your clients, and obtain pre-approval by the plan administrator. We will be pleased to work with you and your law office, or directly with your clients (after the divorce is finalized by your offices) in the QDRO process.

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Just click here to begin the process to begin the application process forms on this site (or direct your client to do so), along with prepayment of our fee, either by check or credit card (online). For more information, call to speak with our QDRO experts at 800-221-0706 and reference the state for your Divorce matter for discussions.

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