After a divorce, you don't want to deal with more legal issues, so let a qualified attorney handle the QDRO. When you work with attorney Hunsinger, she'll:

Review your divorce agreement
Draft a qualified domestic relations order
Obtain the proper signatures for the order
File the order with the courts
Follow up as necessary

Leave all your QDRO needs to an attorney who knows this area of the law. Email the staff today to discuss your situation.

Work with a law firm that makes retirement benefit division easy

What is a QDRO?

Anyone who's recently divorced their spouse may ask "what is a QDRO?" A qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) is a legal document that enforces part of a divorce agreement. Most commonly, you need a QDRO to require a retirement plan administrator to split the plan's assets according to the divorce paperwork.

If you're wondering what is a QDRO and you need one, talk to attorney Hunsinger to discuss your divorce and retirement plans. Dial 408-445-7300 now for a free consultation.

When the Divorce Is Final, What Happens to Your Retirement?

Get a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) in San Jose, CA

Now that your divorce is official, you may still have legal work to handle. If you and your spouse agreed to split a retirement plan, you might need documentation to enforce the decision.

The Law Office Of Suzanne Hunsinger can create a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) to enforce your retirement plan division. Attorney Hunsinger can draft the paperwork and file it with the courts so you don't have to handle it yourself.

Leave your QDRO needs in the hands of a professional. The Law Office Of Suzanne Hunsinger serves San Jose, CA and nearby Northern California.


For any questions about qualified domestic relation orders (QRDO) or the division of retirement benefits, contact our office today. We're happy to answer any questions you might have.