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May 2016 Archives

Income tax considerations for divorcing spouses

Disputes over property division and spousal support are not uncommon for divorcing couples in Pennsylvania and around the country, but approaching negotiations with clear and realistic goals can sometimes reduce tension and conflict and lead to a more amicable outcome. Spouses sometimes agree to give up their claims to assets such as stocks and bonds, furniture or artwork in return for higher alimony payments, but they should bear in mind that such arrangements can have consequences when it comes time to file their income tax returns.

Pennsylvania residents protect themselves during divorce

When Pennsylvania couples are grappling with the decision of whether or not to divorce, one key consideration is how their financial lives will be affected. Divorce has a significant impact on a household's finances, as income that supported one household must now support two. However, there are ways that individuals can protect themselves during this time.

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