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How does my divorce or divorce proceeding affect my tax filing?

From the perspective of the IRS Your marital status is determined by the status of the marriage on the last day of the taxable year.  In other words, if you are not divorced by December 31, 2018 then in the eyes of the IRS, you will still need to file as married either jointly or […]

Which is Better, Contested or Uncontested Divorce?

If you are getting a divorce, you might be wondering whether you should insist on all your rights and slug it out in court or simply come to an agreement both you and your spouse can live with. The decision of whether to contest your divorce is a strategic one that can only be made […]

Parenting Agreements Can Be Works in Progress

More often than not, when people divorce, they get a parenting agreement that is meant to keep the children happy, healthy, and safe. The words that are used in that parenting agreement should be the resolving point when any type of a dispute comes up. However, when both parents agree to something that may be […]

Online Data and Divorce – What You Say Really Does Matter

It has become common that anything you say online, stays there indefinitely. Even if you delete it, someone out there could still find it, if they look hard enough. This needs to be carried over when it comes to legal matters as well. If you are going through a divorce and you have been talking […]

Your Rights as a New Mother Returning to Work

Breastfeeding has become an increasingly popular choice for new mothers. With the host of benefits it offers to both baby – including all essential vitamins and nutrients (all of which are geared specifically to their needs), immune protection and a reduced risk of later problems such as asthma and diabetes – and mother – reduced […]

“Watch Dog Group” Being Sued by Family Law Attorneys

The Watch Dog Group, known throughout the Internet, has stated that the family justice system in Fort Worth is being unethical and doing many illegal activities. The family law attorneys are now fighting back and placing the blame on the website due to these posts that they’re putting out on their social media pages for […]

Federal Judge is Out to Change the Same-Sex Marriage Minds of Others

When it comes to the many states that are still against same-sex marriage, there is a Federal Judge that is out to change their minds and the rulings that they currently have in place against it. There is no reason for other states to not adopt this new change and change the way they think, […]

No More Confusion Gap In Family Law Cases

Many sensitive legal issues are overshadowed due to the paperwork that is impended and looming over the heads of so many that have to go to court for these issues. This looming paperwork is what keeps many of the sensitive, more important issues out of the court systems, because it is time consuming and many […]

How is Time Sharing Determined for Children of Divorce?

Time sharing of a child, as the state of Florida calls child custody, is determined a little differently than you might imagine. It is not based on which parent does more “parenting” or which parent requests sole custody; it is based on the best interests of the child. The interests are determined after evaluating 20 […]

How Child Support is Determined

So you can establish predictability and consistency in the quantity of child support received, the federal government will mandate child support guidelines in order to be used by the states. The guidelines differ in each state. Income Many of the guidelines take into account the income of both of the parents. The percentage of a […]

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