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Guardian Ad Litem as Alternate Payee?
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Feb. 22, 2021

"I've been embroiled in a parentage case (parents were never married) that repeatedly defies logic. The latest twist is that the minor child's guardian ad litem is now seeking a QDRO to collect their fees from one parent's 401(k) Plan. I have no doubts that the judge will grant/enter/issue the requested QDRO once it is drafted. Is there any case law that supports naming a GAL as an Alternate Payee in a QDRO? I cannot find anything in my research."

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