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Taxes & Divorce

Tax consequences follow every decision made in a divorce, settlement agreement, or marital dispute resolution, often for many years. Whether there is a divorce, annulment, separate maintenance agreement, or dissolution, taxes need to be considered in making informed choices. Even when the choices are limited, knowledge of the tax problems created by the divorce may help achieve a better settlement.

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Identifying Unusual Types of Divisible Property
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Tracing Separate Property - Commingled Account
Equitable Distribution of Stock Options
Equitable Distribution of Lottery Winnings
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