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Answers to Important Child Support and Tax Questions

It can be challenging to navigate the process of divorce and one of the most important aspects of this process is child support. Child custody, visitation, and child support are all done in the best interests of the child or children. It is critical for everyone to have a firm understanding of child support and the implications that these payments can have on someone’s taxes. With this in mind, there are a few common questions that people have when it…

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Divorcing? What To Do If Your Spouse Is Hiding Assets

If you’re going through a divorce, do you know where all the money is? Do you suspect your spouse is hiding something? Wall and Wall Attorneys at Law wants you to understand the signs that a person may not be telling you everything, and what to do about a failure to provide financial disclosure. What is Financial Disclosure During Divorce? In a divorce, both parties fill out a divorce financial disclosure form where they list all their income and assets.…

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What to Know About Child Support and Holiday Gifts

The temperatures are starting to drop and holiday cheer is starting to fill the air. As many people complete their Christmas shopping, some might be wondering, “can holiday gifts be counted towards child support?” Child support can be a complicated issue and it is normal for questions to be present. For those wondering if their Christmas shopping can be taken out of their child support, there are a few important points to keep in mind. The General Rule of Child…

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Understanding the Stages of Divorce

The stages of divorce include several legal, emotional, and spiritual aspects before it’s truly complete. Although a difficult process that no one would choose if they could avoid it, divorce can also be extremely edifying and allow you to move on with your life and make better choices in the future. Mental or Cognitive Separation One of the first stages of the divorce process is mental or cognitive separation. This primarily happens in the mind of one or both parties…

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Divorce Negotiation Mistakes to Avoid

Although 40-50% of the married couples in the U.S. end up divorcing, only 5% of divorce cases end up in a trial. The divorcing couple is often faced with psychological, financial, and legal challenges which can cloud their better judgment. In this post, we discuss a few mistakes you need to avoid during your divorce negotiations. Not having a divorce settlement checklist Most divorcing couples think that merely because they will not be going to court, they do not need…

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