Every divorce comes with tax implications. It is important to understand how federal and state law will treat your divorce and related court orders, such as a spousal support and child support order, in terms of taxation. Otherwise, you may … ContinuedRead More
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Traditionally, it was the husband who had to pay alimony or spousal support after a divorce. This was not a legal rule; instead, it arose out of the social norm of men working and women staying home. In this day … ContinuedRead More
COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, has taken millions of people from their jobs. Many non-essential workers have lost their jobs completely, while others are working from home at full or partial capacities. People out of work due to the pandemic … ContinuedRead More
Whether your ex lost a job, suffered a medical problem, or simply doesn’t want to make alimony payments, you can and should get to the bottom of the problem and come to a compromise that works for both of you. … ContinuedRead More
Every state in the nation has the right to garnish your wages. Unfortunately, it happens more often than you might think. Thankfully, several wage garnishment laws are in place to protect you. These carry strict definitions for when and how … ContinuedRead More