Professional Development Event - "The New Tax Law"
Professionals helping clients before, during, and after the divorce process should become familiar with the financial impact on individuals under the new federal tax law.

Tuesday February 27 from 8:00am - 10:00am


Hilton Garden Inn, 450 Totten Pond Rd., Waltham, MA


Registration is required to attend this event.


8 - 8:45 AM - Networking

8:45 - 10 AM - Speaker & discussion

Cost: $35 for Divorce Center members through Feb. 23 /$45 after Feb. 23

$40 for Non-members through Feb. 23 / $50 after Feb. 23

Breakfast is included. 

This presentation will review those aspects of the new tax act that impact divorcing couples. Topics will include: 

  • Impact of nondeducibility of alimony
  • Will alimony modifications change the tax status
  • Kiddie tax
  • New tax brackets
  • Why is AMT no longer an issue for most people
  • Why the increase in the child tax credit is not an increase
  • Head of household preparer due diligence requirements
  • Changes to the mortgage interest deduction
  • The 20% deduction for qualified business income and why it is not what you think
  • How you can still benefit from a charitable contribution

    If you have specific questions, please email David at David will have answers for you at the presentation.
    David H. Goodman, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA has presented on tax matters related to divorce to various groups, including a number of Probate and Family Courts. David is collaboratively trained and is experienced with family law matters. David is certified in business valuation and forensic accounting.