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What the Repeal of the Alimony Tax Deduction Means for You
What the Repeal of the Alimony Tax Deduction Means for You

Effective this year, taxpayers who make alimony payments can no longer deduct them from the federal income taxes. However, taxpayers who receive alimony payments no longer have to report them as income for federal income tax purposes. This is a drastic change from how the ...

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Blog posts in Family Law

  • Negotiating a Co-Parenting Plan with the “Fun Parent”

    There is a common – and natural – phenomenon that occurs when one parent only sees their child on weekends or certain months of the year. Because they ...

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  • 5 Helpful Co-Parenting Apps

    After a divorce, many parents struggle to find common ground when it comes to raising their child. We can’t emphasize enough how important it is for ...

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  • What Is the UCCJEA?

    Child custody determinations are incredibly difficult to navigate when both parties are present and living in the same state. But what happens if one ...

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  • Recognizing the Signs of Parental Alienation

    Many recently divorced couples struggle to navigate the nuances and pitfalls associated with child custody orders and visitation schedules. Both ...

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  • About Risk Protection Orders in Florida

    There are many critics and commentators who have given their opinion about Florida’s recently-passed statute regarding Risk Protection Orders in ...

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  • Divorce & Christmas: 10 Tips to Help You Manage the Holiday Blues

    Even if your divorce was x-amount of years ago, it’s hard not to feel depressed or lonely when inescapable advertisements and Christmas jingles praise ...

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  • Visitation & the Unreliable Co-Parent

    A significant step in the divorce process is establishing a thorough parenting plan, or “custody and visitation agreement.” One approved, this ...

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  • Is My Prenuptial Agreement Valid?

    Despite popular misconceptions, it isn’t just the wealthy who negotiate “prenups” before officially declaring, “I do.” A prenuptial agreement is a ...

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  • Developing a Fair Holiday Visitation Schedule

    It can be difficult for families to celebrate and enjoy the holiday season after a divorce. While former spouses tend to struggle emotionally in the ...

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