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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.
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.
For various reasons, the divorce rates among the elderly are on their way up. This article explores the reasons for this phenomenon and the impact on the adult children and property rights.
Bullying doesn’t just happen on the playground. Many people feel bullied during divorce, either by their spouse, their spouse’s attorney, or the court system.
A QDRO is a legal order that needs to be included in a divorce agreement and allows a divorced spouse to receive all or a portion of a qualified retirement plan from their ex-spouse.
While a divorce can greatly affect you emotionally, it can also impact you financially. As you go through the divorce process, remember that the decisions you make now will have long-term effects on your future.
Valuing a business is complicated. Throw divorce into the mix and you run the risk of counting the value of the business twice -- once when the marital estate is divided and again when support is awarded. The concept is called "double dipping", and practitioners need to be aware of the concept to make sure their clients don't pay more than their fair share in their divorce.
The longer a marriage goes on, the more assets each party accumulates. While you are working, there is a strong chance you will acquire retirement benefits either by the contributions of your employer or your own. Retirement benefits in California may be treated as income, so if you get a divorce late in life, the benefits you worked hard to receive upon retirement may be subject to a property division in a divorce proceeding. Before discussing a unique type of legal procedure that can protect your earned benefits, below is an overview of some of the retirement benefits available in California.