Yes, you can file for ED and only ask for the QDRO if the parties have settled all other matters, and you can tell the court that. If you subscribe to Rosen Online, we would provide you with a draft of a complaint for the limited purpose of entering a QDRO. You can get more information at http://www.rosen.com/diy. Otherwise, you cannot limit the scope of the ED action, and yes, the judge would look at all assets, marital and separate, which come into question.
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