A Rise in Couples Rushing their Divorces is a Consequence of 2017 Tax Reform

Divorce attorneys are seeing a rise in the number of couples trying to finalize their divorces before the new year. Even attorneys who specialize in highly contested divorces find that

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Tax Law Changes Effect Jacksonville Alimony Cases

Tax Law changes that will go into effect on January 1, 2019, will effect Jacksonville alimony cases across the board. These changes will impact all divorces that involve alimony and

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Alimony Tax Changes

When the word “divorce” is brought up in conversation, many people immediately think of “alimony.” Alimony is a payment made by the higher earning spouse to the lower earning spouse,

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Women, Finances, and Divorce

During divorce proceedings, people tend to think about the emotional toll it is taking on them. It isn’t until much later (sometimes months or years later) that the long term

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There are often factors that individuals seeking a divorce fail to take notice of prior to initiating proceedings. These factors are things such as taking stock of family assets and

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Florida may be considering alimony reform again soon. According to Jeffrey Weismann of the Daily Business review, this is because similar divorce cases in Florida, with parties of similar means,

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