You need to contact an attorney who is knowledgeable about divorce law in your state -- not a paralegal.
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I am sorry this has caused you such stress. Please don't just hire a paralegal, hire an attorney with a law license, for many reasons the few extra dollars spent will far exceed their value in the outcome. take care and i wish you well.
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I suspect you are trying to obtain a QDRO or qualified domestic relations order from the court to serve on the spouses pension plan administrator specifying that upon retirement, you are to receive a pro rata distribution of benefits. see a lawyer not a paralegal.
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