Private Retirement Plan Lawyers and QDRO Specialists

Make Sure Your Client's Retirement Is Being Divided To His Or Her Advantage

Most private employers offer two types of retirement plans, defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. Within each of these segments, there are various options available. Each has its own specific requirements under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). If your client has a private retirement plan, you need to know all of these details, as well as how to word a QDRO properly so it is structured in your client's best interests.

The majority of attorneys will not take the time to learn about the many nuances and requirements for the QDRO as provided by their client's plan administrator. They just fill in the blanks and assume everything will be fine. Unfortunately, this can spell disaster for you and your client.

Instead of taking a risk with your client's greatest asset, work with QDRO Preparations, LLC, to see that the division of your client's retirement funds is done right. Everyone on our team has extensive training in QDROs, including how they should be prepared to the clients' interests, not the plan provider's interests. Taking these steps now can save your client some very rude surprises and prevent a potential professional malpractice lawsuit.

Our firm can assist you with the preparation of QDROs for these and other private retirement plan types:

  • 401(k) plans
  • Savings plans
  • Cash balance defined benefit plans
  • Profit sharing plans
  • Money purchase pension plans
  • TIAA-CREF plans
  • Traditional plans

Crafted By Lawyers and QDRO Specialists To Each Individual's Specific Needs

We review your client's situation as well as the requirements provided by his or her plan administrator before you draft the settlement agreement or go to court. This allows us to provide you with all of the information you will need to ensure your client's retirement plan is properly divided when the time comes. You can submit this information to the courts so it is incorporated into the final divorce decree.

Protect Your Clients' Greatest Asset

Call us at 205-704-2701 or contact us online to talk with us about your clients' needs.