I filed a QDRO partially to remind my ex that he still owed me, but also to protect my interests. He recently paid me cash -agreed upon the amount - now the QDRO is blocking his retirement manager from releasing his monthly pension payment. Not being able to show that income has prevented him from getting a loan he applied for.
I've been told that HE needs to file paperwork to have QDRO "vacated" and I've been told that the Divorce Settlement Agreement needs to be modified ?!?!? Which is it?
You, or your ex, will need to file a motion with the Court asking that it set aside the QDRO given that you have received your interest in the retirement to your satisfaction.
I realize that's a pretty general answer, but without having the details of your particular case one can't really be more specific.
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