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Alternatives to Divorce and Options for Separating If you are having difficulties in your relationship with your spouse, it can help to know the different options that are available to you. Marriage Counseling Meeting with a marriage counselor can help bring to light any underlying issues causing difficulty in a relationship, and provide guidance to…

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Three Things Every Senior Should Know About Divorce Divorces after the age of 55 are becoming increasingly common, and those leaving long-term marriages are now more likely to enter into new marriages. Here are three topics to keep in mind if you are contemplating a divorce or entering into a new relationship: Division of retirement…

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Debt and Divorce Debt and divorce often go hand in hand. It can often be more complicated dividing up debts that have been incurred during the marriage than separating assets. More importantly, relying on your soon-to-be-ex to pay debts that appear on your credit report can have long-term, negative ramifications if things turn nasty, as…

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Guide  To  Getting  Out  – Divorce  Tips Click here to download Guide to Getting Out pdf booklet The hardest part of getting a divorce can be that first step into the unknown. Here are some pointers so you can decide if it is time to speak with an attorney. Three signs that it is time…

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Five Reasons to see an Estate Planning Attorney after your Divorce:  Completely Untie the Knot Five Reasons to see an Estate Planning Attorney after Your Divorce:  Completely Untie the Knot Now that your divorce is settled, it is important to think about estate planning for the benefit of your children or others closest to you….

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New York State Makes Maintenance Payments Non-Taxable The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted at the end of 2017 included changes to the treatment of maintenance payments in a divorces with marital dissolution agreements that are entered into or modified after December 31, 2018. Under the “old” law, which is now repealed, the maintenance paying…

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New Tax Law Makes Maintenance Payments Non-Taxable The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted at the end of 2017 included changes to the treatment of maintenance payments in a divorces with marital dissolution agreements that are entered into or modified after December 31, 2018. Under the “old” law, which is now repealed, the maintenance paying…

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How Second Marriages Can Affect Your Estate Planning As a long time estate planning and elder law attorney, my clients have gone from mostly married couples at the beginning of my practice to a varied array of combinations of people who wish to provide for each other and their families. Often, I now see couples…

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Is It Necessary to Have a Court Decree Ordering Alimony To Take An Income Tax Deduction? I recently agreed to meet with a man who explained that the IRS was threatening to disallow his tax deduction taken for payments he had made to his wife pursuant to a home-made separation agreement. Taxpayer Charlie told me…

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Super Lawyers Recognizes Four Jacobowitz and Gubits Attorneys as 2016 Upstate New York Rising Stars The law firm of Jacobowitz and Gubits (J&G) is pleased to announce that Kelly A. Pressler, Jennifer Echevarria, Alanna Iacono, and Andrea Dumais have all been recognized by Super Lawyers as 2016 Upstate New York Rising Stars. Super Lawyers uses a…

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