Q: Will a judge do a QDRO in an uncontested divorce without lawyers if we will hire an attorney after to handle QDRO?
We are in Florida and agree on division of assets including 401k
A: The judge won't do the QDRO for you. You will need to hire an attorney, usually one with a tax background to prepare a QDRO for you. The QDRO doesn't have to hold up the divorce. You can simply get a final judgment and request that the judge sign the QDRO when it's ready.
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