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Divorce During Coronavirus: Divorce Law and Mediation

Mediation is an alternative to traditional divorce litigation that allows couples to come to a resolution of the issues without going to court. In mediation, a neutral party (the mediator) helps the couple identify the issues that need to be resolved and come to an agreement. With the recent COVID-19 outbreak, mediation, like most services, turned virtual.

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Divorce Law Coronavirus Tips: Children and COVID-19

The children’s dependency exemption was not repealed in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). When it comes to marriage settlement agreements, the dependency exemption is important.

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Divorce and Coronavirus Tips – Do I Have To Pay Alimony If I Don’t Have An Income?

The children’s dependency exemption was not repealed in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). When it comes to marriage settlement agreements, the dependency exemption is important.

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The Child Dependency Exemption in Marital Settlement Agreements

The children’s dependency exemption was not repealed in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). When it comes to marriage settlement agreements, the dependency exemption is important.

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How to Avoid a Costly Divorce War

Obtaining a divorce can take as quickly as a few months and as long as a few years. If you’re worried about the amount of time and money you’re going to spend on your divorce, there are various factors that you should consider.

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Reversing Gender Norms in Alimony Awards

If you’re going through a divorce, you are likely wondering whether you’ll have to pay alimony. In some cases, alimony is not awarded. Alimony, sometimes known as” spousal support” or “maintenance,” varies from case to case. The divorce process can be emotional and stressful. Try not to worry about finances before consulting with an attorney. You may be pleasantly surprised with the outcome.

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