Although it’s not recommended for everyone, trusts can sometimes be used for tax planning and equitable distribution if the situation calls for it.
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Utilizing Section 1041 of the Internal Revenue Code, divorcing spouses can achieve tax-free property settlements. Read on to learn more.
When valuing a business during a divorce, you run the risk of counting the value of the business twice. This concept is called “double dipping.”
Distributions from qualified retirement plans made in the context of divorce negotiations could have unintended tax consequences if not structured properly.
If you plan to file for spousal benefits in the future, keep these social security changes in mind to help you navigate the process.
As we begin the final quarter of 2015, many people are starting the process of year-end tax planning. A married couple’s filing status is one aspect of the tax return that is almost automatic from year-to-year, and critical to determining their final tax liability. For divorcing couples, however, determining the filing status of their tax […]