Blog Posts in 2018

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  • New 2019 Spousal Support Tax Reform
    New 2019 Spousal Support Tax Reform

    Last December, a new federal tax law pertaining to spousal support was passed by Congress, in turn negating the existing tax-deduction law that has pertained to alimony payments for the last 75 years. ...

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  • 5 Tips for Successful Step-Parenting
    5 Tips for Successful Step-Parenting

    All relationships take work and dedication, whether that be a romantic relationship, a working relationship, or even a parent-child relationship. If you’re dating someone with children of their own, ...

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  • Positive and Negative Aspects of Divorce During the Holidays
    Positive and Negative Aspects of Divorce During the Holidays

    Divorce is stressful. It can be messy, complicated, expensive, and with so much emotional turmoil, it can leave you feeling defeated during a time of year when joy is supposed to be “in the air”. ...

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  • Creating New Holiday Traditions After a Divorce
    Creating New Holiday Traditions After a Divorce

    After a divorce, it’s not uncommon for the holidays to feel overwhelming, especially as you’re trying to learn the ropes of shared parenting time. The holidays can unfortunately serve as a reminder ...

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  • What is a Postnuptial Agreement?
    What is a Postnuptial Agreement?

    So, you got married without getting a prenup, and now you’re learning about the advantages of this form of document, much to your belated dismay. Wishing you had gone for the prenup after-all? If so, ...

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  • Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for You?
    Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for You?

    When most people hear or think of a prenuptial agreement, the picture of a celebrity or a wealthy CEO often comes to mind—people with buckets of money to protect from the financial repercussions of ...

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