What happens if the marital home is sold years after the divorce? If you are the non-occupying and non-owner spouse can you still qualify for the capital gains exclusion?
I would recommend that you research co-parenting apps that can help you navigate a lot of potential issues. Our favorite apps are…
How To Get Legal Help Without Breaking The Bank In As Little As 15 Minutes Or Less… even if You Don’t Know Where To Start!
Finding legal help is not as hard as you might think it to be. Every state has free & low-cost resources to help their local communities. If you are facing divorce & are not sure where to start, this post is for you. Below is a list of every state bar in the entire country!
Sometimes, we get a client who’s spouse is adamant that no attorneys should be involved. In cases like these, I usually see two or three reasons why someone would try to prevent their soon-to-be-ex from talking with an attorney…
EMPLOYER SPONSORED PLANS One of the most complex parts of a divorce can be the division of a retirement account. If not done properly, it can lead to years of unrest, undue tax penalties & potential litigation with your former spouse. While IRA & Roth IRA accounts are typically divided fairly easily, employer-sponsored accounts such
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How Every Divorcee Can Save Big Bucks By Taking Advantage Of The Tax Code (Without Paying Too Much In Taxes!)
When it comes to your divorce, taxes will almost always play a large part in your settlement agreement. Many people hire bookkeepers & CPAs as their services & technical skill is well known. But when it comes to enrolled agents, or EA’s, – most people scratch their head as they’ve never heard of one before.
If you are facing a divorce, chances are property division may be one of the big discussions that you and your former spouse will be reviewing. Often, many couples do not understand that certain properties & assets may be considered marital regardless of who earned the income in the marriage and in whose name the
If you are facing a divorce, alimony may be one of the major issues for you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse. It can be challenging to determine how much if any alimony should be paid. Additionally, it can also be extremely challenging to determine what would be considered a fair and equitable amount of alimony. Depending on