Originally Published at Huffington Post Married divorce lawyers have an interesting perspective on relationships. Sure, they’ve seen things get ugly for their clients, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re pessimists who’ve lost all fa
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President Trump’s tax plan unveiled this week will abolish tax deductions on alimony, and that could make future divorces nastier, writes MarketWatch. “This will create a total reevaluation of divorce cases,” said Malcolm Taub, partner and c
The administration’s tax plan eliminates the tax deduction on alimony There’s no longer a silver lining to paying spousal support. President Trump’s tax plan unveiled this week will abolish tax deductions on alimony. This won’t impact peop
By Mitchell Hartman The Republican tax plan would change alimony from something that is treated favorably for the people who have to pay it to something that is more of a tax burden. That’s because alimony payments would no longer be deduc