About the Firm

About QDRO Helper – A California Divorce QDRO Law Firm

QDRO Helper provides both family law attorneys and divorced individuals with access to reasonably priced QDROs.  Each and every QDRO is personally drafted by an attorney licensed to practice law in California, not by a paralegal or legal assistant.  QDRO Helper utilizes technology to the fullest to offer our clients convenient, quality legal services while still maintaining reasonable prices.  Our primary focus is on customer service; we are friendly and approachable and will gladly explain the QDRO process and terms within every QDRO to our clients.  Unlike many other QDRO preparation firms or services, we do not just generate a document without any additional support.  QDRO Helper knows that divorce can be a confusing process and the division of retirement benefits is complex and often involves both state law and federal law.  We truly want to ensure that for every client, all of your questions are answered, that the meaning of the QDRO is clear to you, and that you are completely comfortable with signing the QDRO.  Please call 619-786-7376 today to speak with a friendly California QDRO attorney.

About the Owner

Madeline Hill, President of QDRO HelperQDRO Helper was founded by attorney Madeline L. Hill (California State Bar Number 259522).  Ms. Hill has drafted over a thousand court orders to divide retirement benefits since drafting her first QDRO in 2007. Ms. Hill has extensive knowledge and experience regarding a wide variety of retirement plans, such as CalPERS, CalSTRS, and many city and county government plans.  She also regularly assists clients with the division of federal retirement benefits, including FERS/CSRS pensions, as well as military retired pay, and Thrift Savings Plan accounts.  Ms. Hill can assist with the division of your private employer pension plans and defined contribution plans.  She has contributed a great deal of information on this website’s Blog and FAQ pages, which you may find helpful.  You can also read her answers to legal questions about the division of retirement benefits in divorce and find reviews of Ms. Hill’s work from clients and other attorneys at Avvo.com.

Ms. Hill earned her B.A. from the University of California, Davis and completed her law degree at California Western School of Law in downtown San Diego.  When she is not busy assisting clients with QDROs, she takes advantage of living in southern California with frequent visits to both Disneyland and the San Diego Zoo.  She is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association, and Lawyer’s Club of San Diego.

619-786-QDRO / 619-786-7376 (phone) * 619-345-4687 (fax) * 4455 Murphy Canyon Rd. Ste. 100, San Diego, CA 92123 * © The Law Office of Madeline L. Hill, d.b.a. QDRO Helper* All rights reserved.*   ***QDRO Helper is an efficient and affordable service that provides attorney drafted QDROs to individuals and family lawyers throughout California, including San Diego, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Riverside, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Fresno, and Sacramento. QDRO Helper offers a $500 flat fee QDRO option.*** THE MATERIAL CONTAINED ON THIS WEBSITE MAY BE CONSIDERED AN ADVERTISEMENT IN CALIFORNIA. QDRO Helper’s attorneys are only licensed to practice in the state of California. Any legal information on this website has been prepared by QDRO Helper for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice and does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. The content of this website is intended to comply with Rule 1-400 of the California Rules of Professional Conduct. The material posted on this website is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship, and readers should not act upon it without seeking professional counsel. QDRO Helper and its attorneys have a strict policy of entering into attorney-client relationships with its clients only though the execution of a written fee agreement acknowledged by QDRO Helper. Sending an e-mail to QDRO Helper does not create an attorney-client relationship, and none will be formed unless there is an express agreement between the firm and the individual. We strongly advise against sending confidential or privileged information to QDRO Helper until you can establish such a relationship. To the extent the State Bar rules requires us to designate a principal office and/or single attorney responsible for this site, QDRO Helper designates Madeline L. Hill as the attorney responsible for this site.
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