About Our Founder
QRDO, INC. is led by Thomas P. Miller, the principal of the firm. Thomas created this firm model, to provide a complete, mostly flat fee, QDRO service as a result of his experience as a Chicagoland area family law mediator and litigator.
QDRO, INC. particularly assists other attorneys in this technical and often tedious area of your case, allowing you to concentrate on what you do best.
QDRO, INC. applies the same strengths Thomas has used in his traditional law practice.
“I pride myself on my professionalism and availability to my clients, who can always contact me directly. I maximize use of technology to save you time and money.”
– Thomas Miller
Beginning in 2001, Thomas started handling QDRO’s and QILDRO’s, and has handled incrementally more each year since. Thomas noted, “I have also seen a lot done badly. Many errors had to do with timing, which could be the attorney’s fault or the party’s fault, but regardless it creates a great potential for loss and for lawyer liability.”
The solution was setting up an attorney centered approach that is affordable. This is QDRO, INC. We process the forms, run them by the Plan, and have an attorney in the proper jurisdiction complete the court process. This might involve a single court appearance, or numerous court dates and presentment of legal arguments.
Of course, the attorney around whom all this is centered has to be a solid professional. Thomas Miller graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Psychology and Political Science, and completed his Juris Doctor degree at the DePaul University College of Law in 2000. Since then, Thomas has been practicing law, handling many negotiations, litigating intensive family law cases, practicing before appellate courts and mediating numerous conflicts. He has extensive experience preparing Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO’s) and Qualified Illinois Domestic Relations Orders (QILDRO’s).
Thomas P. Miller is licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Illinois.