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July 13, 2009

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Hi, I wonder if you would clarify that a QDRO is NOT used when dividing military retirement pay in a divorce. When planning my divorce I had several attorneys tell me they would need to prepare a QDRO and that it would take a minimum of 2-3 hours. That is a complete and total fabrication. I learned how it is done (very easily) by talking with DFAS. I'm providing a link to a handout, provided by DFAS, that explains the process for dividing military retirement pay. QDRO is referenced on pg 3. Thanks!

http://texaslawhelp.org/files/685E99A9-A3EB-6584-CA74-137E0474AE2C/attachments/D81C690E-B29B-F222-8E40-E5B389ED8724/509901Dividing%20Military%20Retired%20Pay.pdf

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