2020 has been a year of too many upsets, too many uncertainties, and too many confusions. Adding to this unsettling list are the unexpected tax questions that now arise for couples who had expected to be divorced in 2020.
With the window of opportunity ending on December 31, 2020, once again we are faced with last minute decision-making. This past year, however, is truly unlike any other.
In concept, child support payments are intended to cover each child's basic need for shelter, food, clothing, health care, and the like in keeping with the family's standard of living.
The rules concerning Social Security claiming strategies are abundantly complex, especially if you're divorced. However, it's important to do your own research before you file for benefits.
Attorneys and smart parties are now using professional neutrals (also called coaches) to resolve non-law issues.
The economy, the stock market, and divorce are three circumstances that affect your financial stability.
Many of our clients find themselves needing to obtain a mortgage either to refinance their existing home or to purchase a new home. Hopefully this is something you have considered in the division of your assets and already planned for.
It's the new year...time to fill out the FAFSA or Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Understanding what money means to you can actually help you set financial goals that are realistic and comfortable for you.
Insurance is among the financial considerations you'll likely need to make during a divorce