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The laws surrounding innocent spouse relief can be confusing. We are very familiar with all the tax codes in this field, can help you prepare and complete the necessary IRS paperwork.
The distribution of property during divorce may give rise to tax considerations. Some assets include deferred taxes. The experienced attorneys at Brotman Law identify and evaluate these tax matters in the context of property distribution.
Don't be a victim of the IRS when going through a difficult life event like divorce. Debt and divorce are onerous. Our advice will go a long way to getting you the results you deserve.
Couples going through a divorce usually have a lot on their minds. As such, vital aspects of their financial planning might be overlooked. In the case of tax liability, a green mistake can result in additional financial snags on top of the divorce.
In order to avoid blunders that could further complicate your life and divorce, you should seek the assistance of a tax attorney. Tax issues in divorce proceedings can arise out of nowhere, and only a professional can help you identify them along the way. Further, typical divorce attorneys will sometime try to distance themselves from the tax concerns of a divorce as they want to escape the responsibility.
If your divorce lawyer is not taking into account the tax implications of your divorce settlements, you can miss out on a sizeable amount of what you are rightfully owed. Or, in the worst-case scenario, be extorted for a larger settlement because of past tax noncompliance.
The only way to ensure that you stay compliant and attain equitable divorce terms is by enlisting the help of a divorce tax attorney who appreciates the tax implications of divorce. If you are considering divorce or recently divorced, the attorneys at Brotman Law can help you file relevant taxes, negotiate settlements, and stay compliant with the tax code.
There are several tax implications to consider during a divorce. Here are a few key points to keep in mind:
It's important to consider these and other tax implications carefully as you navigate the divorce process.
There’s so much that happens in the divorce process: Family Court is exhaustive and expensive, the parties may not like each other, their attorney, or the other parties’ attorney. There’s a lot of frustration and personal feelings involved.
At Brotman Law, we enter the picture to create a very specific solution to a very specific problem in the middle of a complex issue. Rather than taking sides in the dissolution of the marriage itself, we are focused on getting our clients the best result possible with their tax issue. The last thing that anybody wants, in addition to fighting with their spouse, has to fight the IRS.