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The new tax law will have an effect on your overall divorce settlement agreement and your taxes post-divorce.
During a divorce, there are numerous tax issues that may arise when it comes to property settlements and support. The following are some tax issues in Ohio divorces.
The financial and investment sophistication required to successfully manage post-divorce settlement assets is often overlooked by a divorcing couple and their advisors. Here are five investment "truths" for divorcing individuals.
Post-divorce, being solely responsible for your financial destiny is stressful. An experienced financial planner can help you make wise investments, reduce taxes, and make sure your financial settlement will work for you both now and in the future.
Once a judgment is entered, the recipient will come to rely upon support payments in their day-to-day lives. Here are steps to take when you're not receiving child support or spousal support.
If you're considering a lump-sum divorce settlement, engaging an experienced professional financial planner during settlement negotiations – not afterwards – can be extremely helpful.
Just because the agreement has been signed doesn't mean your divorce is over. There may still be steps to take to implement that agreement; make sure to choose the right professional to help you complete each task.
If your former spouse is living with another person, it can change everything. Here's how to get sound, legal proof of cohabitation that you can use to renegotiate your alimony or custody obligations.