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1/6/09 2:54 PM
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Steve72
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 I am not a California lawyer.

Nor am I a family law lawyer. 

So I may be about to aska  dumb question.

I represent a pension plan.  A participant in this plan is getting divorced, and the court will be entering a QDRO (which is a couurt order providing for the division of assets held in the plan attributable to the participant's interest).  This has not happened yet.

I have received a "Notice of Appearance and Response", which is asking me to enter pleadings to the court as the plan.  I've dealt with QDROs for years, and have never heard of such a thing.  However, the counsel who sent it to me claims that it's the way it's always done.  I think he's nuts (and he appears to think the same of me).


Anyone ever hear of this?
1/6/09 7:20 PM
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pm1964
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No idea, but ttt.

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