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To Attorneys:  Whenever I deal with a QDRO file, I strive to remain neutral.  You are welcome to contact me for information about a retirement plan or suggestions for language to include in the separtion agreement, but please understand that no attorney- client relationship will be created between my firm and yours or either party.  Opposing counsel is welcome to call me with questions as well.

To Parties: No attorney-client relationship is created by the use of my services to draft QDROs: My role is to draft an order that conforms to the judgment.  I do not advocate for or represent either party, regardless of who hires me.  If a disagreement arises over the interpretation of your judgment as it relates to the QDRO, I will refer you back to your attorneys and step back until the matter is resolved.