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  • My child support is going toward what?!

    My child support is going toward what?!? A fresh look at Florida’s child support guidelines When Florida parents divorce, child support is a key issue. Florida child support law is based on a se ... Read more

  • Is my ex entitled to half of my inheritance?

    Money is green and giving away half of it makes me blue … In Florida, when one spouse inherits property or money solely either before or during the marriage, the inherited asset is nonmarital an ... Read more

  • New Alimony Tax Rules in Effect

    If you filed for divorce in 2018, you could be in for a big surprise if your divorce decree was not finalized or a marital separation agreement entered by December 31, 2018. Tax laws on alimony, mortg ... Read more

  • Spousal Maintenance

    For many people in Minnesota, news of the tax changes to come with the new year in 2019 led them to speed up their divorce agreements in order to finalize by the end of 2018. As part of the Tax Cuts a ... Read more

  • Can I Increase My Alimony?

    Spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, is monetary payments made by one spouse to another for the purpose of acknowledging the non-monetary contributions that a spouse has made to the marriage.& ... Read more

  • Increasing Alimony

    Alimony is a term used for the payments made to one spouse by the other upon divorce. It exists to reduce economic unfairness that can occur as a result of divorce. Courts may award alimony to the spo ... Read more


    Alimony payments have been tax deductible under the U.S. tax code for 75 years, but that rule is about to change. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was passed in 2017, made several changes to the tax l ... Read more