DRO

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DRODigital Readout
DRODispute Resolution Organization (various locations)
DRODynamic Range Optimizer (photography)
DRODisaster Response Operation (various locations)
DRODetention and Removal Operations (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement)
DROData Replication Option
DRODigital Read Out
DRODynamic Range Optimizer
DRODocument Release Order
DRODrag Racing Online (magazine)
DRODifferential Ring Oscillator (semiconductor technology)
DRODistant Retrograde Orbit (astronomy)
DRODisability Rights Office (US FCC)
DRODomestic Relations Order
DRODielectric Resonator Oscillator
DRODepartment of Radiation Oncology
DRODispute Resolution Officer
DRODeputy Returning Officer (Canadian elections)
DRODecision, Risk and Operations (Columbia)
DRODestructive Read Out
DRODifferential Reinforcement of Other Behaviors
DROData Request Output
DRODirect Readout
DRODurango, CO, USA - Durango La Plata County Airport (Airport Code)
DRODiscos Radioactivos Organizados (Spanish record label)
DRODays Revenue Outstanding (medical claims)
DRODining Room Orderly
DROData Readout
DRODisposal Release Order
DRODepartmental Record Officer (UK government)
DRODielectric Resonating Oscillator
DRODynamic Reconfiguration Option
DRODesign Requirements Overview
DRODepartment Repair Order
DRODetention & Removal Office (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement)
DRODeputy Rescue Officer
DRODuty Regional Officer
DRODrawing Requirement Outline
DRODiesel Range Organic(s) compound(s)
DRODaily Report Of Obligations
DRODisaster Relief Office
DRODelay Reduction Order (an Order entered early in litigation by Colorado state courts outlining deadlines)
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98-397, resolved the disparity between ERISA and state law by allowing qualified plans subject to ERISA to segregate assets for the benefit of one or more "alternate payees" through a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO), a domestic relations order that meets all the requirements of ERISA and IRC Sec.
Paragraph (1) shall apply to the creation, assignment, or recognition of a right to any benefit payable with respect to a participant pursuant to a domestic relations order, except that paragraph (1) shall not apply if the order is determined to be a qualified domestic relations order.
Under the QDRO exception, a domestic relations order may assign some or all of a participant's pension benefits to a spouse, former spouse, child, or other dependent to satisfy family support or marital property obligations, but only if the order is a "qualified domestic relations order." ERISA and the Code require that qualified plans pay benefits in accordance with the applicable requirements of any "qualified domestic relations order" that has been submitted to the plan administrator.
The 1984 amendments created a limited exception to the anti-alienation provisions for a state domestic relations order (allowing alienation or assignment of pension benefits) if it is a "qualified domestic relations order" (QDRO).
Domestic Relations Order (DRO)--Any judgment, decree or order, including judicial approval of a property settlement agreement that (i) relates to the provision of child support, alimony payments, or marital property rights to an alternate payee of a participant, and (ii) is made pursuant to State domestic relations law.
A "domestic relations order" is defined as any judgment involving the provision of marital property rights to a spouse, or former spouse, of a participant that is made pursuant to a state domestic relations law.
For example, numerous errors arise around the Qualified Domestic Relations Order. A QDRO is a court order that instructs the administrator of a qualified retirement plan what percentage or dollar amount of the employee's account is to be distributed to the nonemployee spouse in a divorce settlement.
* Provide equitable tax treatment to Section 457 plan distributions made pursuant to a domestic relations order.
If the retirement benefit can be divided and an offset is not desired or not possible, a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) needs to be drafted, preferably by an attorney with experience in this field.
These include administrative expenses-e.g., recordkeeping fees, as well as accounting and legal expenses, if paid by the plan; investment expenses; investment consultant expenses; and individual participant expenses-e.g., for loans or qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) reviews.
Same-sex former spouses are also now entitled to receive a portion of a retirement plan account at divorce on a tax-free basis through a qualified domestic relations order.
The former spouse's argument that she was an alternative payee eligible to be treated as the distributee under a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) was rejected by the court.
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