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.

QDRO Masters is the firm other QDRO attorneys go to when they need help with their clients’ QDROs. We utilize our extensive experience in structuring QDROs and help clients understand how to implement them. We pride ourselves on the way we care for each and every client, no matter what type of situation they are in.

Why QDRO Masters?

The Willick Law Group, including the QDRO Masters subdivision, has well earned a reputation for meticulous and comprehensive legal writing, as well as diligent and zealous advocacy in both trial and appellate courts, and is committed to remaining the premier Family Law firm in Nevada. The firm has the highest (“AV”) rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory, which has recognized the firm’s professional and ethical standing by listing us in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.

Our Commitment

Not all legal services are created equal. At QDRO Masters, we strive to be your first choice for a top-rated law firm in the field of divorce law.

Our Team

QDRO Masters have a dedicated team of lawyers, paralegals, and support team to provide you with the highest quality of service. Our extensive experience, combined with personal attention, and superior customer service makes us the leading provider of QDRO legal services in the country.

Marshal S. Willick, Esq.

Marshal S. Willick, Esq., the Principal of the Willick Law Group and founder of QDRO Masters, has over 35 years of experience dealing with a variety of complex pension plans, has written books and articles in the field, and often teaches other lawyers how to deal with pension benefits in divorce cases.

Trevor M. Creel, Esq.

Trevor is a Las Vegas native and a proud Bishop Gorman High School alumni. In October 2010, he received his license to practice law in the State of Nevada. Since then, Trevor taught a weekly family law class to Las Vegas residents in conjunction with Clark County Legal Services, worked as a student attorney at the Thomas and Mack Legal Clinic, interned at the eighth Judicial District Court (Family Division), and practiced law.