Category Archive: alimony

LAWYERS AND THE CORONAVIRUS

These are some very difficult times during this Coronavirus for the people I work with and for.  Many of you are calling about parenting time that is going badly, children that are being exposed to potential virus or other inappropriate and risky circumstances.  Some of you need money to get by that is currently not …

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DON’T OVERPAY FOR LEGAL FEES!

Not all attorneys have the same experience. Not all attorneys have the abilities. Not all attorneys respond to client’s promptly. AND ATTORNEYS DO NOT ALL CHARGE THE SAME FOR THE SAME WORK!!!! What does this mean for you? READ Read over the family court or matrimonial retainer agreement they give you very By the way, …

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Tax Bill Impacts Divorce

The GOP tax bill signed by Trump late last year changed drastically how maintenance/alimony will be handled. One way the Republican tax bill writers tried to raise revenue to compensate for the cuts was through maintenance/alimony. Under the new bill, alimony paid by one spouse to the other will not be tax deductible, and the …

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