Let's say the court has ordered that a QDRO should be drafted to give the ex-spouse half of the marital portion of the pension as a lump sum. After the divorce is final, the ex-spouse discovers that the plan doesn't pay lump sums. Does this mean that the ex-spouse loses his or her benefits? If so, how do you protect your clients from this sort of issue?
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