The term QDRO, or Qualified Domestic Relations Order, applies to the private sector. Federal pensions are exempt from QDROs because they are exempt from ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974.
Statistics say that almost one out of every two marriages will end in divorce. This sociological earthquake has left the old-style nuclear family in ruins – but what effect is it having on the economics of love?
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How to avoid five key tax traps during the divorce process.
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A little bit of advance financial planning can go a long way during your divorce process. Discover the 12 common financial pitfalls of divorce that you should avoid.
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Since we first launched in 1996, the mission of this website has always been to help our readers make their divorce more civilized, amicable, and transformational. If you'd like to offer expert advice, useful information, or support to those who are considering divorce, separated, or already divorced, there are two ways you can contribute content to us:
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