Monthly Archives: March 2018

Filing Taxes as the Head of Household During Divorce

When you’re divorced, or separated and in the midst of a divorce, taxes can feel a bit more complicated. Once, you probably knew easily who was head of household according to taxes. How you file matters; it makes a difference … Continue reading

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Divorce from a Child’s Point of View

Divorce is a confusing time for everyone, but, in some cases, none may be more confused than a child. While it’s common for adults to underestimate how much a child understands, that does not mean that children can fully comprehend … Continue reading

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Accepting Changes Post-Divorce

No matter how difficult your divorce, or how relieved you may feel for things to be over, that does not mean that you won’t have some difficulty letting go. Accepting changes post-divorce can make it hard to move forward; in … Continue reading

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Divorce and Tax Time

Tax time is coming, and arguably, no taxpayer is looking forward to it. If you are getting divorced, or are recently divorced, you will potentially face new tax concerns. You might find yourself filing taxes on your own for the … Continue reading

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