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Blog Posts in May, 2014

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  • A Look at Strange Divorce Laws: Why Your Mother-in-Law Doesn't Matter
    A Look at Strange Divorce Laws: Why Your Mother-in-Law Doesn't Matter

    Sometimes I think divorce can be a bit too easy. People offer plenty of different reasons for grounds for divorce: we've got issues, such as…. Infidelity Abuse Abandonment Imprisonment Insanity That's ...

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  • Splitting Up or Splitting the House: Which Is Easier in Divorce and Taxes?
    Splitting Up or Splitting the House: Which Is Easier in Divorce and Taxes?

    It's a matter of fact that you don't have to pay any income taxes on assets transferred as a divorce is processed. However, know this: a house unfortunately will be handed over to one spouse or the ...

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  • The Tax Calendar Matters in a Divorce. Why?
    The Tax Calendar Matters in a Divorce. Why?

    Taxes can't be any trickier than they already are when associated with divorce . Why? Because the timelines get all screwy. For instance: if you were married up until late December and your divorce ...

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  • Do You Want Your Former Spouse to Know of Your Bankruptcy? You May Not Have a Choice.
    Do You Want Your Former Spouse to Know of Your Bankruptcy? You May Not Have a Choice.

    It's clear that when filing for bankruptcy, on your paperwork, you absolutely have to stipulate what debt is joint and what debt is solely yours. More often than not, in a marriage, all the debt is ...

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  • When Joint Debt Complicates Things in a Divorce and Bankruptcy
    When Joint Debt Complicates Things in a Divorce and Bankruptcy

    Everyone understands this: bankruptcy is a way to eliminate debt. What happens, though, when you file for divorce ? Is your former spouse's debt your debt as well? This is an especially a great ...

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