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Alimony, Taxes, and Advice in New Jersey Divorce

Alimony Divorce Family Law Kelly A. Skopak Monday, July 22, 2019

I am part of a small online community of women in Hunterdon County, New Jersey who engage in an information exchange, if you will.  Recently, a woman posted a question...

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alimony, Divorce, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, taxes, Weiner Law Group

Pre-Divorce Planning Guide, Final Installment

Alimony Family Law Gwyneth K. Murray-Nolan Monday, June 10, 2019

Join Partner Gwyneth Murray-Nolan in the final installment of her three part series on Pre-Divorce Planning.  Divorce is a stressful time, so be sure not to leave details until the...

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Divorce, family law, Planning

New Tax Law, New Divorce Plans: When to consider a trust

Family Law On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Thursday, May 23, 2019

Uncle Sam plays a role in pretty much any financial transaction that happens inside the United States — even in some that happen outside of our country, but that is...

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alimony, Divorce, family law, tax, tax law, trust

Three Ways the New Tax Law Changed Divorce Negotiations

Family Law On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Recent tax reform has changed the role taxes play during divorce. As a result, the old rules regarding divorce and taxes are often outdated. Three specific areas of divorce that...

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alimony, Divorce, family law, property division, property tax, SALT, tax, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, tax reform

What happens to a business when the owner gets divorced?

Family Law On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Friday, April 5, 2019

Divorce results in the division of marital property. When a divorce involves a business owner, the business may be subject to division. Business owners can take steps to avoid this,...

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business, business valuation, Divorce, family law, marital property, property division

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