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Your contract may seem crystal clear on the day you sign it. Yet, months or years later, an issue arises, and some crafty lawyer enters herself in the equation. Then the contract is as clear as mud, and you are facing large legal fees. When drafting...

Congratulations! You reached some sort of deal, and now you need a contract. I’m sure you thought about contacting an attorney, and then you thought about the dollar signs attached to that call. Maybe the next thought is that you’ve seen a similar contract for...

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was signed into effect on December 22, 2017. For divorcing parents, parties should be aware of changes to dependency exemptions and child tax credits. Prior to the new tax reform, the dependency exemption reduced taxable income, and parents could...

Divorce is a significant tax event that complicates the maze of IRS regulations. Only filing status is discussed here as this is typically, the first step to filing. The IRS allocates five tax filing statuses: single, married filing jointly, married filing separately, head of household,...