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Blog Posts in March, 2014

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  • Spousal Support, Child Support & Tax Deductions
    Spousal Support, Child Support & Tax Deductions

    Many don't consider the differences between spousal support and child support. It may seem that the only difference between the two is who is getting the support – the child or the ex-spouse. There's ...

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  • Agreeing on Both Dependency Exemptions: How Both Parents Can Benefit on Their Taxes
    Agreeing on Both Dependency Exemptions: How Both Parents Can Benefit on Their Taxes

    It's a common myth that a noncustodial parent can't claim taxes on their own child(ren). It's an understandable myth, though, as it's commonly held under federal tax law and divorce law that the ...

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  • Filing for Bankruptcy During a Divorce Proceeding
    Filing for Bankruptcy During a Divorce Proceeding

    Consider your options very carefully regarding divorce and bankruptcy. While both to some degree serve similar purposes, aspects of both niches are completely different. Bankruptcy is obviously about ...

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  • So Your Spouse Won't Agree to a Joint Bankruptcy: What Do You Do?
    So Your Spouse Won't Agree to a Joint Bankruptcy: What Do You Do?

    All things being equal, it really doesn't matter how bitter an opposing spouse may be, refusing to file for a joint bankruptcy. Why is that? Simply put, contractual law regarding bankruptcy follows ...

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