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March 2017 Archives

Start planning for summer child custody and vacations

Summer vacation is almost here. That means taking your children on fun outings and vacation. If you and your child's other parent are divorced or separated, you need to start planning for your summer right away. Your first step is to review the child custody order to determine what it says about the summer months. This order likely has a lot of information about how you and your ex should plan the summer, such as what notifications must be made for vacations and similar points.

Think about various alimony payment structures

Alimony payments are part of some divorces. You can probably understand why some people who have to pay alimony might not want to make those payments. While many alimony orders are set up for regularly occurring payments, it might be possible for you avoid having to make those payments.

Determine how a divorce settlement can impact your future

We recently discussed taxes after a divorce. This is one very important consideration that you have to think about when you are going through this difficult process. Of course, taxes are only one of the things that can impact your future. We want to help you to determine how else the divorce might change things for you going forward

What should I know about taxes after a divorce?

When you are going through a divorce, there are many things that you have to think about. This encompasses a lot of different points. One of the ones that you might not have thought about is how the divorce will impact your taxes. Of course, every situation is different so you should make sure that you consult with an attorney and an accountant prior to making any decision about your tax situation.

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