If it’s a Monday night at 9:00 p.m., then I bet you can find me parked on my couch with the channel flipped to Bravo, watching my girl Shannon Beador on the Real Housewives of Orange County. Admittedly, I do not identify with any of the real housewives. Spontaneous... read more
By now, you might have heard about the tax law signed by President Trump just days before we celebrated the start of 2018. The new tax rates could very well affect your divorce and cause changes to alimony. Amanda Cubit answers questions on the new tax law and alimony in this Q&A.
Amendments to the US Tax Code could have an impact on divorce and separation for couples in the near future. Changes to Child Tax Credits, Personal Exemptions, and Alimony will be in affect as soon as December 2018. What do these tax code cuts mean for you?
January: Annually, this month shows a marked increase in the number of people seeking information about filing for divorce. The decision to divorce is never easy and often the spouses involved have a confusing mixture of emotions. Despite the number of concerns that... read more
Part Two on Social Media in Family Law Cases: How to Damage Your Support or Property Case In Part One of our blog series on social media and family law, we examined the negative effect that your posts on social media may have on your custody case. Typical pitfalls of... read more
The use of social media has impacted and changed many of our day-to-day lives. Did you know there are approximately 2.2 billion social media users in the entire world*? Actually, most of you reading this article probably have at least one of these accounts. Social... read more