• Common Divorce Tax Implications

      Tax season isn’t necessarily a time of year or a pending task that prompts enthusiasm—add in a divorce, and the tax implications that can accompany your changing marital status, and it may feel ...

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    • Can Men Receive Spousal Support After Divorce?

      Spousal support, or “alimony” as it is commonly referred to, is a court-ordered payment from one former spouse to the other. When people think of alimony, they generally assume that the woman is the ...

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    • 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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    • Practical Steps to Avoid Entitlement in Children

      If you keep up with the news, you likely read about the recent college admission scandal that made headlines—wealthy parents paying high sums of money to ensure their children get a spot at some of ...

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    • Common Divorce Tax Implications

      Tax season isn’t necessarily a time of year or a pending task that prompts enthusiasm—add in a divorce, and the tax implications that can accompany your changing marital status, and it may feel ...

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    • What Is a Start-Anew-Moon?

      We’ve all heard of honeymoons, and perhaps more recently the development of baby-moons, but have you heard of a start-anew-moon? If you can get past all of the hyphenations this trendy term requires, ...

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    • Practicing Self-Care for Family Wellness

      With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’re often reminded of the value of love. While romantic love is certainly the focus of the holiday, the true meaning and expanse of love reaches much ...

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    • 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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    • How to Financially Prepare for Divorce

      Divorce is difficult in so many ways. Between divvying assets and establishing alimony or custody, it can be emotionally taxing for everyone involved. Unfortunately, the financial aspect of divorce ...

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    • Practical Steps to Avoid Entitlement in Children

      If you keep up with the news, you likely read about the recent college admission scandal that made headlines—wealthy parents paying high sums of money to ensure their children get a spot at some of ...

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    • Landerholm Family Law to Initiate Statewide Adoptions

      This March, Landerholm Law announced the opening of their third branch in Salem, Oregon. Associate Attorney, Kate Denning, will be heading the office and helping to curate an environment and family ...

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    • Common Divorce Tax Implications

      Tax season isn’t necessarily a time of year or a pending task that prompts enthusiasm—add in a divorce, and the tax implications that can accompany your changing marital status, and it may feel ...

      Read More
    • Practical Steps to Avoid Entitlement in Children

      If you keep up with the news, you likely read about the recent college admission scandal that made headlines—wealthy parents paying high sums of money to ensure their children get a spot at some of ...

      Read More
    • Landerholm Family Law to Initiate Statewide Adoptions

      This March, Landerholm Law announced the opening of their third branch in Salem, Oregon. Associate Attorney, Kate Denning, will be heading the office and helping to curate an environment and family ...

      Read More
    • Landerholm Law Promotes Two New Partners

      This January, it was with much excitement that Landerholm Family Law promoted two of our attorneys to partner: William Jones and Heather Unger. Both Will and Heather will be invaluable additions in ...

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