Tag: Taxes

We blog about helping Long Island families to resolve conflicts in the most productive ways possible.

The Collaborative Divorce process makes anything possible if the two parties can agree.  Remember, you always want to have your attorney’s input and guidance in the decision making process. A Collaborative Divorce generally takes less time than a litigated settlement. The speediness of action is facilitated by openness, the sharing of information, and the desire […]

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Question: “We’re not divorced yet. How can I control my portion of the marital assets?” Answer: One of the stickiest aspects of a divorce, and often the greatest point of contention, is the separation of financial assets. The beauty of choosing the Collaborative Divorce process is that the decisions made between the soon-to-be ex-spouses are […]

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The tax return presents a useful view of a year in time of the family’s finances. In the Collaborative Divorce process, the attorney for one of the divorcing parties and/or a Neutral Financial Specialist often request three years of tax returns to begin to take a financial look at the family. The Neutral Financial Specialist […]

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