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Alimony discrepancies noted by IRS

Texas couples who are embarking upon a divorce will face many decisions and challenges through the process. Many of these will be short-lived and over once a divorce is complete. Other family law issues, however, will last for many years after the official finalization of a divorce. Child support, parenting plans and alimony are some examples of the effects of a divorce that can extend well beyond the date that a marriage has ended.

Receiving assets not always best in a divorce

Any San Antonio resident who has experienced a divorce knows just how difficult it can be. The range of emotions coupled with the seemingly unending list of decisions to be made can be a test to any person. For families with small children, issues about child custody, visitation plans, parental relocation and child support can take center stage. Financial issues concerning property division and asset distribution during a divorce can also have long-lasting effects.

All support is not equal in the eyes of the IRS

A divorce is known to be one of the most emotionally and psychologically challenging events that a person can endure. Many a San Antonio couple can attest to this, having weathered such experiences themselves. Every divorce is unique by nature. Some couples must work to find agreements on child custody and visitation plans while others have to face other divorce legal issues such as prenuptial agreements. Regardless of the situation, the financial impact of a divorce is typically a concern to all couples.

Same-sex divorce, custody proceedings on hold in San Antonio

There are many different aspects to divorce and child custody battles. In Texas, for example, same-sex marriage is still not legally recognized. That means when a same-sex couple from another state tries to divorce in San Antonio Texas, they could face several obstacles.

Are you prepared financially for a divorce?

What comes to mind when you think of divorce? Chances are, there are several different thoughts that come up, including child custody, alimony, and asset distribution and of course fighting and arguing. Divorce in San Antonio, and anywhere else, is certainly difficult and many times it can be an emotional roller coaster, but it’s also about the financial future of the two parties involved.

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