You need a QDRO if you and/or your spouse have money in a retirement plan and you are separating from your spouse, are in the process of getting divorced, or are already divorced. The sooner you get the QDRO form drafted and signed by the judge the better.
You need a Washington QDRO or QDRO Washington in order to become legally entitled to your share of money in your spouse's retirement plan(s). Mere mention of a dollar amount in your divorce decree will not suffice, even if the judge signs it. In order for your interests to be protected, you must have a signed QDRO with no fewer than 11 specific legal requirements. This is the bare minimum. Mr. Beutler may use up to 30 additional provisions in the QDRO to protect your specific needs, depending on what benefits, rights, and features are included in the retirement plan. Each plan is different. For example, government and military plans have other requirements that differ from a standard Washington QDRO or QDRO Washington.
Mr. Beutler prepares QDROs for all types of entities, both public and private. It is impossible to list all of the private entities for which he has prepared QDROs, but the following is a list of several public state or local government QDROs or DROs that he has prepared:
Public Retirement Plans
Washington Department of Retirement Systems
County Retirement Plans
City Retirement Plans
457(b) Deferred Compensation Plans
Free Consultation. Call Mr. Beutler at (435) 634-1777 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Beutler will draft your QDRO(s) and guide you through the entire process as your exclusive contact.
Complete the Order Checklist and email, fax or mail it to Mr. Beutler.