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Old 03-01-2018, 05:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike Preston View Post
That can't possibly be the complete list, can it? If so, you have been ever so fortunate as to never having been presented with a DRO that is incomprehensible, or one that fails one or more of the myriad, sometimes ministerial, other requirements of 414(p).
Completish. I’ll point out that if it passes plan counsel’s review, that means that a lawyer’s legal opinion is that the DRO can be properly executed as drafted. We refer back to plan counsel on interpreting ambiguous QDROs that plan counsel has already reviewed.
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