1. What is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order?
2. What is a Domestic Relations Order?
3. Must a Domestic Relations Order be issued by a state court?
4. Who can be an Alternate Payee?
5. What information must a domestic relations order contain to qualify as a QDRO under ERISA?
6. Are there other requirements that a domestic relations order must meet to be a QDRO?
7. May a QDRO be part of the divorce decree or property settlement?
8. Must a domestic relations order be issued as part of a divorce proceeding to be a QDRO?
9. Will a domestic relations order fail to be a QDRO solely because of the timing of issuance?
10. May a QDRO provide for payment to the guardian of an alternate payee?
11. Can a QDRO cover more than one plan?
12. Must all QDROs have the same provisions?
13. Who determines whether an order is a QDRO?
14. Who is the administrator of the plan?
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