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Month: April 2019

Gaining sole custody as a father

Statistically, having sole custody as a father is not very common. In general, courts across the United States are pushing more toward joint custody arrangements when it is possible. This is because children tend to benefit from having a strong bond with both of their...

Helping you navigate the new alimony tax rules

If you have not reviewed your prenup or post-nuptial agreement yet to see if it fits with the new tax rules about spousal support, maybe it is time for a review. Alimony payments are no longer deductible from income tax, and that could be a significant issue for you...