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May 2014 Archives

How to treat alimony come tax time

When a couple in Tennessee decides to divorce, there are a number of matters that must be sorted out and decided. Assets and property must be divided, matters related to child custody must be sorted out and both individuals must untangle their personal and financial lives from one another. In some divorces, matters related to spousal support or alimony must also be decided.

Don't let alimony lead to a tax audit

When negotiating a divorce settlement in Tennessee, it is critical to consider all relevant tax implications. Different pieces of marital property and support carry different tax liabilities. It is important to avoid unknowingly ending up with the short end of the stick due to taxes. Alimony, for example, has significant tax implications. 

Divorce: how to ensure for the equitable division of property and assets

Couples who choose to divorce are often acutely aware of the problems and conflicts that preceded a divorce filing. Many, however, fail to truly understand the financial changes that are likely to occur post-divorce. While it can be difficult to plan for one's financial future while attempting to deal with emotionally charged divorce matters such as child custody, it's critical to ensuring for one’s current and future financial security.

How deployment can ruin even the strongest marriages

Members of the U.S. military sacrifice a tremendous amount to serve and protect their country and its citizens. Months or years spent away from home in foreign and often hostile environments takes a toll on an individual's physical and mental state. In many cases, returning service members are profoundly impacted by their experiences in the armed services and experience changes in how they perceive situations and relate to others.

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