QDRO Solutions, LLC was formerly owned and operated by Ann M. Stirling, an attorney with almost 40 years of family law experience. Ms. Stirling owned and operated QDRO Solutions, LLC from 2008 until 2016. Upon her retirement in 2016, ownership was transferred to her husband and former law partner Michael P. O'Connell, who now operates the firm. Mr. O'Connell has been practicing family law since 1996 and is well-trained, experienced and highly competent in the drafting of QDRO's. He has continued to provide the same high level of service and excellent results as has always been available from QDRO Solutions, LLC. The firm tailors each QDRO to the individual's underlying agreement or Court Order to avoid tax complications and obtain the best financial result. We are devoted to our practice and this devotion has been the key to gaining positive results for those hired by us.
Our QDRO lawyer, Michael P. O'Connell, Esquire, and his long-time legal assistant, Donna Dodds, both of whom have a great deal of training, experience and knowledge in the preparation of QDRO's, draft each and every QDRO from the ground up based on your particular circumstances. They are very easy to reach by phone or e-mail when you have questions. If you hire us, you will be provided with not only the most experience and the best likelihood of intended results, but, you will also have the best available resources. We are dedicated to getting a draft of every Order completed and delivered to you generally within one week, so that the process is started promptly and efficiently.
We monitor the status of your QDRO with the plan administrator to get your QDRO pre-approved as quickly as possible. Our goal is to get your QDRO pre-approved so, when the final QDRO is sent to you, it is ready to be executed, certified by the court and a certified copy submitted to the plan for processing. We will not stop until pre-approval is received.
BEWARE of firms where non-lawyers or inexperienced lawyers are drafting these important Orders at cut rate prices. If the QDRO's are prepared incorrectly and fail to obtain the parties' or the Court's intended result, the consequences can be quite severe and changing the consequences can be difficult and in some cases impossible.