With the new Tax and Jobs Act, the tax treatment of alimony has changed, but so have the formulas and/or considerations for calculating alimony payments. To learn more read the article, “Is Divorce Becoming a Tax Strategy Game?“
Usually when people call to inquire about divorce mediation they underestimate the complexity of the issues involved under the circumstances of their divorce. There is the exception of a couple who has been married for a very short period of time, has held all their limited property separately, doesn’t own a home, earns similar salaries… [Read More]
Last year around this time I blogged about 4 tax tips for divorcing couples. It is that time of year again and the majority of couples who I’ve been meeting with have not filed their taxes yet. For this reason I have decided it would be a good idea to rerun last year’s post and… [Read More]
Brad Segall, host of 98.1 WOGL’s Philadelphia Agenda, recently spoke with Paul Murray, President of PTM Wealth Management and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Mindey Elgart, attorney mediator with New Hope Divorce Mediation talking about the mediation process in divorce and the importance of getting your financial house in order before going through a divorce.
A divorcing client proclaimed, “Divorce is so ironic: I feel awful, anxious, and angry, but everyone tells me I have to do my best decision-making and negotiating, now. How on earth am I supposed to do that?” according to a Huffington Post article, “The Perfect Divorce Toolkit.” I couldn’t have put it better myself. I… [Read More]