Whether you are structuring agreements, advising clients, negotiating with adversaries, or presenting to the court, it is important to have a clear understanding of the tax consequences. However, lack of funds or time to hire a tax expert sometimes leaves you wandering alone through this complicated area. Now there’s a roadmap.
This plain English manual walks you step-by-step through the most commonly arising trouble spots in property distribution, support, and more. This answer book is intelligently organized and indexed, well-supported with citations, and most important, loaded with practical advice. Divorce Taxation will help you sidestep problems in these areas:
- Property aspects of dissolution
- Alimony and separate maintenance payments
- Temporary support payments
- Child support
- The dependency exemption and child tax credit
- Medical expenses for dependents
- Deductibility of attorney’s fees
- The kiddie tax
- Joint returns
- Innocent spouse election and equitable relief
- Retirement benefits, QDROs and IRAs
- Stock options
Complicated rules can slow down your progress as you work your way through the taxation pitfalls and opportunities that abound in divorces. Frumkes and Vertz on Divorce Taxation quickly guides you through trouble spots and alerts you to potential tax savings in property distribution, support, and more. It offers on-target explanations, examples, specimen clauses, forms, checklists, tables, and other practical planning tools—all designed to reduce the work in divorce tax planning.
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