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Will The New Tax Laws Make Divorce Settlement More Difficult? (June 2019)
A: Likely, yes. It is the end of the first quarter of 2019, and the 2017 changes to the Internal Revenue Code concerning divorce payments are in full swing.
United States
21 Jun 2019
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Will The New Tax Laws Make Divorce Settlement More Difficult?
I am thinking about getting a divorce. Will the new tax laws make settlement more difficult?
United States
18 Jun 2019
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New Law Changes Treatment Of Trust Interest In Divorce
Your divorce client advises you that her parents, who are well off, have likely provided for her in their trusts and she is concerned that her husband may share in her potential inheritance
United States
27 Nov 2017
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Where You Live May Not Be Where You're Domiciled
Where you are domiciled, as distinct from where you reside, can control questions such as what law governs your estate, where you can file for divorce, the law that will apply to your marital dissolution, where you are eligible to vote and run for office, the imposition of income, personal property and inheritance taxes, the jurisdiction in which you can sue and be sued, and whether you or your children qualify for in-state tuition at universities and colleges.
United States
15 Dec 2014
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Limitations On Disclosure In Divorce Cases
Q: My wife filed for divorce. The paperwork provided by the court included a checklist of documents to produce. Many of the documents are personal and confidential. Others relate to my business.
United States
7 Nov 2014
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Prenuptial Agreement With A Family Business
Two years ago, I took over a small business started by my parents. Now I am engaged to be married. Do I need a prenuptial agreement?
United States
6 Aug 2014
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What If I Don't Want A Divorce?
Postnups have enjoyed increasing popularity throughout the country.
United States
6 Jan 2014
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ADR Methods To Resolve Domestic Disputes
Alternate dispute resolution is preferable to litigation for domestic disputes in New Hampshire for many reasons, notably the time and cost in financial and emotional resources.
United States
21 Nov 2013
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What Happens When It's Over?
Fred and Wilma got through the divorce process using the collaborative model. Agreements were filed on the topics of property distribution, child support and alimony.
United States
5 Jul 2013
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Divorce And Owning A Business Together
While divorce is a difficult process, in collaborative law and mediation the parties involved in the dispute will resolve it together, rather than as adversaries in a courtroom.
United States
20 Jun 2013
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Know The Law: Civil Divorce
A discussion on the topic of civil divorces.
United States
20 Feb 2013
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The Benefits Of Collaborative Law For Business Owners
The benefits of alternative dispute resolution are well-known in the business community.
United States
5 Oct 2012
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Collaborative Divorce Practice
You cannot expect a speedy resolution of any divorce or family matter in New Hampshire’s Family Division.
United States
31 Aug 2012
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