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Taxes During A Divorce Process
Taxes During A Divorce Process

One of the questions that might arise during a separation and divorce process is whether the couple should file taxes jointly or separately. After a divorce is final, filing jointly is not an option. However, if filing jointly is an option, then they might choose to do so to ...

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Blog posts in March, 2016

  • Dealing With Emotions After A Divorce

    Dealing with divorce is not something that parents and children may be able to handle alone. That is why it is important for adults to take the lead ...

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  • Many States Now Encourage Shared Parenting

    Family courts in North Carolina may be more likely to award joint custody to divorcing parents than they were in the past. Today, state governments ...

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  • Creating A Prenup That Is Fair To Both Spouses

    Many North Carolina residents consider writing a prenuptial agreement before entering into a marriage. Typically, prenups are used to protect the ...

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  • Considering Social Security Amidst Divorce Proceedings

    As a couple contemplates the possibility of divorce, finances can be one of the greatest concerns. Regardless of age, retirement benefits can be ...

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  • Preserving A Child’s College Savings In Divorce

    North Carolina parents who are going through a divorce will need to divide their marital assets, and college funds for children may be included in ...

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  • Divorcing Parents Can Choose To Be Civil

    Although negative feelings naturally surround the dissolution of most marriages, North Carolina parents calling it quits must consider how their ...

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  • Whether To Keep The Home May Be A Difficult Decision In Divorce

    When North Carolina couples divorce, sometimes people will struggle with whether they should remain in the home or choose to move out and sell it. The ...

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