Divorce and Separation Planning
No one plans to get divorced. But divorce is a growing reality, and the tax consequences can be substantial. That’s why it pays to plan ahead – not for a divorce, but for the possibility.
See how the concept of “equitable distribution” – in which the tax consequences of the divorce or separation are mutually negotiated – can save you money in this already expensive process.
In addition, we can ease many of the negative consequences of a divorce or separation and help steer you cleanly through the many related tax issues concerning:
• Property settlements
• Spousal payments
• Child support and dependency exemption issues
• The sale of your personal residence
• Property transfers
• Qualified plans
• College costs