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What is the difference between a QDRO that is a stipulation and a QDRO that is an Order?

Submitted by on Tuesday, 27 December 2016 11:05

Since QDRO Pros normally acts a neutral party, we routinely prepare QDROs as an agreement between the parties (Stipulation), signed by both parties and the judge. However, it is possible to prepare a QDRO as simply a Court Order signed only by the judge.

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