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The Impact of New Tax Codes on Family Law

Family law courts handle disputes and issues involving divorce, separation, child support, paternity, alimony, parental rights, visitation, and premarital agreements. These types of cases are often emotional and complex which require professional legal advice and representation from an experienced and licensed attorney. The new tax codes added more complexity for divorcing couples paying alimony and separate maintenance payments if they divorce after 2018. Divorces finalized in 2019 will no longer receive the benefit of filing such payments as tax deductible or taxable income on federal income tax returns. If you are filing for a divorce, whether contested or uncontested and have children and community property, consult with a lawyer practicing family law about the impact of the new tax laws.

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