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Couples divorcing in 2019 or after should keep in mind that children and child support won’t be the tax deduction they used to be. Because of that, you’ll want to work with a divorce attorney if you are seeking a divorce in 2019 and you share children with your soon to be ex spouse. Before

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Divorce and Social Media

Monday, 21 January 2019 by

Ten years ago we might not have needed to have this conversation, but with the rise of social media, it’s important to know that there are things that can be held against you in divorce court if you choose to post your divorce on social media outlets. Divorce and Social Media While it seems that

When we’re little kids we imagine finding our prince or princess and riding off into the sunset that is “happily ever after.” We never think that “happily ever after” will end in divorce. Yet, for a lot of people, that’s exactly where their story ends up.   Finding the Silver Lining of Divorce It goes

It’s a change we’ve been talking about over the past year – the change to tax law that will impact your divorce. We’ll discuss the changes and what you need to have in place to make sure that your financial picture is still sound after your divorce. Figuring Out Divorce Finances in 2019 Tax law

Is 2019 Your Divorce Year?

Monday, 31 December 2018 by

For some couples the holidays can be even more stressful – they can also mean a divorce in the new year. As we round out 2018 and look towards 2019, you might be considering a divorce for your new year. Below we discuss why January has been nick-named “Divorce Month,” as well as what to

New Tax Laws and Your Divorce

Monday, 24 December 2018 by

If you’re planning to get divorced this year, you might want to act fast. New tax laws will be taking effect soon. What New Tax Laws Mean for Your Divorce The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will effect divorces that happen after December 31, 2018. Under this new law, a taxpayer will no longer be

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With Christmas just peeking ’round the corner, you might be facing the dilemma that comes with coordinating child visitation during this holiday season. Eliminate the Stress of Holiday Child Visitation There’s no reason why coordinating your child visitation schedule should add stress to the holiday season. There are some critical steps that need to be taken to

Divorce is difficult. You are both figuring out what your new lives will be once the divorce agreement is signed. One of the hardest aspects to resolve during divorce is just how to face your new financial picture. Facing Your New Financial Picture After Divorce Mark Zandi, a chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, who has

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What About the Wedding Ring?

Monday, 26 November 2018 by

It’s a symbol of committing one’s life to another, a solid band of unity that declares that you are married. But what happens to the wedding ring when a couple gets divorced? What About the Wedding Ring? A wedding ring is one of the most identifiable pieces of a marriage. So when the marriage ends,

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