Divorce And Taxes

shutterstock_125573096Figuring out taxes when going through a divorce is challenging for most.  The attached post (click here) that I wrote for Avvo’s Naked Law Blog gives some important tips to make tax time easier.

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4 comments on “Divorce And Taxes
  1. Jason Strong says:

    Being a family lawyer would not be an easy job. The idea of getting called into a very sticky family situation and being expected to help solve multiple problems is very stressful. This makes me grateful for people who step up to the plate and work hard to make this aspect of the legal field to run smooth.

  2. Zach Thalman says:

    I never really thought about the taxes that you will have to pay during a divorce. That has got to add on even more stress if you don’t know what you are doing. I guess the smart thing to do is almost get divorced after or before tax season starts. Then you don’t have to worry about all the difficulties.

  3. Dave says:

    Great information! This is often overlooked by my clients. Thanks.

  4. Great family law information was really helpful. Thanks for the post.

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Attorney Jennifer A. Brandt, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Family Law practice, has represented a wide variety of clients in hundreds of family law cases in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Jennifer is a regular legal commentator on national and local television outlets such as CNN, Fox New Network, HLN, MSNBC, Fox29, ABC News, NBC and CBS and frequently writes and contributes to articles in numerous publications, including the Huffington Post, Fox Business.com, The PhiIly Post, Avvo.com, Allparenting.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Business Journal, the National Law Journal, and Main Line Today magazine.
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