Objecting a QDRO
My ex’s attorney just filed with courts to object service for qualified domestic relations order
I’ve been divorced 6 yrs and recently filed for my ex retirement. The divorce decree stipulates I’m entitled to half for married years (. My ex got my pension during divorce since my assets were tangible he had loans against his and therefore the net worth at that time was not tangible) I received approval from the retirement plan as well as court and filed the DRO w his retirement plan. However I cannot collect until he retires.
Now my ex lawyer filed to object service with the courts. What could happen?
Your ex’s attorney may have contacted the court, requesting that the Judge not sign the QDRO because he objects to a certain stipulation in your DRO. It could be a simple revision, or something more complex. Contact his attorney and ask what him or her what he is objecting to. QDRO language can be tricky, I would highly recommend that you speak with an attorney about this.