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  • How to negotiate a divorce settlement with taxes in mind
    How to negotiate a divorce settlement with taxes in mind

    When the chips are down and you are in the middle of an intense mediation session attempting to negotiate final orders it is likely that there will be a moment where you think to yourself- “I would ...

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  • Which parent claims the children on their taxes after a Texas Divorce?
    Which parent claims the children on their taxes after a Texas Divorce?

    In the course of a divorce , just about any issue that you can conceive of will be discussed, negotiated, fought over and settled upon. The big ticket items that most people think of right off the bat ...

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  • Who Gets to Claim the Children as a Tax Exemption on the Tax Return in Spring, Texas?
    Who Gets to Claim the Children as a Tax Exemption on the Tax Return in Spring, Texas?

    This is question that arises frequently during a divorce or paternity action is which parent will be allowed to claim children for tax purposes on their tax return. Referring to the Court Order or ...

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