Tag Archives: Alimony

Alimony Tax Reform: Part I

Divorce was hard enough, and now alimony tax reform. Do you feel good or bad about alimony? No matter your answer, this alimony tax reform revolutionizes the divorce arena, and you need to know how it may affect you and … Continue reading

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Tennessee Court Denies Husband’s Petition to Decrease Alimony Obligation

When alimony is awarded to one spouse after a Tennessee divorce, it is not uncommon for disputes to arise in the future, particularly if there is a change in circumstances. In a December 11, 2017 case, the Tennessee Court of Appeals considered … Continue reading

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New Tax Law Changes & Alimony Payments to Nonresident Aliens

Sweeping tax reform was signed into law by President Trump on December 22, 2017. If you’re in the middle of a divorce or separation agreement, and you will be the spouse receiving alimony, it may be worth your while to delay … Continue reading

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What the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Means for Alimony

When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law on December 22, several aspects of the federal tax code changed significantly. For spouses contemplating divorce, one of the most sweeping changes is a reversal of the tax … Continue reading

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What Components of Income are Included in Calculating Alimony and Child Support Payable by a Service Member?

In the State of Florida, one of the most unique issues in a military divorce is the calculation of alimony and child support based on the income of the parties.  When one spouse is OR both spouses are employed as … Continue reading

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