Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) Preparation/Review

QDROs are a key component of most divorces. They direct the Plan on how a participant’s retirement plan benefits will be divided among the parties following the divorce. A QDRO can be complex and requires a high level of expertise, which is why it’s best to leave this task in the hands of a qualified attorney who has experience preparing and reviewing these legal documents.

Why Choose QDRO Masters?

Sometimes cheaper isn’t better, especially when it comes to your divorce. While some websites advertise QDRO preparation and review for only $350, do you really know what you’re getting?

With nearly three decades of experience, QDRO Masters at Willick Law Group offers QDRO services to properly prepare and review QDROs. We ensure that they comply with federal and state law, conform to the requirements of the Plan and reflect the goals of the parties. Our aim is to deliver high quality, end-to-end services to our clients every time.
Check out how QDRO Masters stands against the competition:

$350 QDRO from the Competition Includes:

  • Automated site that uses a form library
  • QDRO form (or equivalent retirement division order) taken from the Plan’s website or Summary Plan Description – always designed to protect the plan and not the member or spouse
  • No attorney review
  • No one looking out for the member or spouse

$900 QDRO from QDRO Masters includes:

  • Review forms and summary plan descriptions
  • Custom drafting job for a QDRO (or military pension division, Civil Service pension division or any State or Local pension division order) with attorney review based on the divorce decree or order of the court
  • Custom QDROs drafted to protect both the member and the former spouse while complying with the terms of the plan and the Decree of Divorce

QDRO Masters At Willick Law Group

QDRO Masters is a subdivision of the Willick Law Group, a firm specifically dedicated to the practice of Family Law. The firm practices both at the trial court level in State and Federal Courts, and in appeals to the Nevada Supreme Court or any Federal Appellate Court all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

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