Now that some of the dust has settled on the 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (2017 Tax Act) it’s a good idea to look at two of the provisions that directly impact divorces.
Before going any further, here is my disclaimer: I am not a tax lawyer, CPA or accountant.
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Couples in divorce typically get caught up in the stress of the situation. For couples in a divorce with children, the stress can be intensified by the natural desire to make sure the children are taken care of. Sometimes, however, it is difficult to not be swept away by the emotional upheaval you feel, legal […]Continue Reading →
While we may look to studies to help us answer these questions for our own situation, the truth […]Continue Reading →
My first infographic about divorce… I don’t think I’m right-brain enough to create these things. Hopefully, the last part makes the point clear enough.
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The most common comment you will hear about a divorce is that it’s a tough situation for everyone involved. It’s not just something you go through, but also something that your children will have to deal with as well.
It doesn’t matter whether your divorce is an uncontested divorce or a contested/litigated […]Continue Reading →
Acts of domestic violence have repercussions in the lives of victims and children long after the act itself may have been forgotten by abuser.
From my perspective, the most helpless of victims are the children who either suffer acts of domestic violence or witness them in the home.
Safehorizon.org has a page with […]Continue Reading →
Earlier this month, the Honorable Bertila Soto, Chief Judge for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, entered an order applicable to family cases in Miami; it is effective immediately.
Litigation can be a difficult process generally, and perhaps more so for families entering the judicial system. The Order seeks to promote stability for parties in a divorce […]Continue Reading →
On Thursday, Nov. 7th, The Florida Supreme Court issued a ruling on a case involving custody of a minor child in a same-sex case, specifically a lesbian couple.
The Herald reports the decision on here.
The Court’s Opinion can be accessed at this link, courtesy of a link provided by Steve […]Continue Reading →
Whether in the middle of a paternity or divorce, issues of time-sharing may be resolved with a lot less rancor and haggling if we think of how to make it work for children. What follows assumes that there are no questions of neglect or abuse of children in any given situation.
Separation in paternity cases […]Continue Reading →
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