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What is a QDRO?

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QDRO stands for (Qualified Domestic Relations Order). This is an Order that can be issued by the Court in a domestic case to transfer funds from one ERISA qualified retirement account to another without any of the normal penalties. The most common accounts that are divided pursuant to a QDRO…

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Relocating With Children After Divorce

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Written by Divorce Matters Attorney Joe Williams In this article we discuss the issue of relocating with children after a divorce or allocation of parental responsibilities order has already been entered. Relocating to another state with a child is a big decision, and unsurprisingly the courts take this issue very…

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What Is An Uncontested Divorce?

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By Divorce Matters Attorney Ashley Balicki Uncontested Divorce: This is when the parties have an agreement as to all issues in the divorce, including but not limited to: division of property, maintenance, parental responsibilities, and child support. In these cases the attorney can only represent one party but can draft…

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Spring Cleaning After Divorce

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Finally, spring has officially arrived! This is the time of year where you begin to uncover your patio furniture and open up the shutters and let the fresh air in. Spring cleaning is a great way to shake off the cobwebs of winter and make room for newness in your…

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Volunteer Day with Knights of Heroes

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Working together with non-profits within our Colorado community is important to our Divorce Matters team. One of the charities that our firm is involved with is Knights of Heroes, a group that hosts families who have lost a loved one in the line of duty. They provide spring and summer…

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Stock Options During a Divorce

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Stock options are a common form of compensation, the idea being to align the interests of the company and the employee. Therefore, the employee will have a vested interested in the company’s performance. But when spouses no longer have a vested interest in one another, the question arises over who has a…

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