- Get what is owed to you
- Learn why “no money” is no excuse
- Do it without the expense of lawyer’s fees
The estimated amount of unpaid child support in America runs into the billions of dollars. Even highly conservative sources say that at least 10 percent of non-custodial spouses don’t pay their child support, yet the vast majority of spouses who don’t pay their child support are not broke: they just claim to be!
The struggle to obtain what is rightfully yours - financial support from your ex-spouse - can be fraught with tension, anger, and compromise. This book will make available to you the most powerful tool in collecting past-due child support and alimony without wasting thousands of dollars in legal fees.
This book focuses on two important issues:
- how to secure your share of your ex-spouse’s pension benefits earned during the marriage, and
- how to obtain past-due alimony and child support payments from your ex’s pension, profit-sharing, or 401(k) savings plan.
It explains the best-kept secret under United States federal law: the Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO). A QDRO is the legal document necessary to obtain direct payments from your ex’s retirement plan(s).
If you were awarded a portion of your ex’s pension benefits or if your ex is currently delinquent in child support payments, this book will be an invaluable resource. It covers topics such as:
- What is a QDRO and why do I need one?
- What are the different types of QDROs?
- How much of the pension am I entitled to receive?
- Am I entitled to receive my share of the pension for my entire lifetime?
- Is it too late to draft a QDRO now, even though my divorce was years ago?
- Can I use a QDRO to obtain past-due child support and alimony?
|Subtitle||Past-Due Child Support, Alimony, & Securing Your Share of Your Ex's Pension|
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