QDRO Blog

May 31, 2018

In Illinois, and in most courts through the country, a divorce judge only has jurisdiction over marital or community property. This means that a judge does not have the authority to divide individual or non-marital assets. Of course, it is the Judge that decides what is and is not marital property. The Judge looks to statutes and caselaw to make these det...

May 2, 2018

Your client worked as a teacher in the Chicago Public Schools, CPS and participated in the CTPF, or in another Illinois school district and participated  in the TRS. Her and her spouse moved to Arizona and some time thereafter, one of them filed for divorce.

The  Arizona court  has personal jurisdiction over both of them and subject matter jurisdiction ove...

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