Someone recently wrote in to us:
I recently read an article about the upcoming changes to the tax code for the deductibility of alimony. The article argued that, since alimony was not going to be deductible to the paying spouse under the new tax plan, that spouse better hurry up his process of separating from his wife and get about pursuing his divorce, like right now!
I recently had the privilege of representing some divorce clients that shared some characteristics: lengthy marriage, my client was the homemaker and raised the children, opposing party worked and controlled the finances, and at some point after the nest emptied, the marriage disintegrated.
Tonight's post on Appeals was written by our Lawrenceville and Gainesville family law attorney, Jennifer McCall.
Here's Stanley's story about his perfectly structured life and his surprise encounter with Equitable Division.
Tonight's post on Japanese divorce is by one of our Marietta and Atlanta divorce attorneys, Megan McClinton.
Tonight's post on adultery and divorce was written by our Marietta divorce attorney, Alyssa Blanchard.
Tonight's post about changes in family law effective today was written by our Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis.
Tonight's post on our Family Law Conference was written by our Wills, Trusts and Estates Guru, Steve Worrall.
Tonight's post about re-evaluating your financial self after divorce was written by our Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis.