How Do the New Tax Laws Affect Your Divorce?
Posted by Carlie Berke, CDFA®
April 19, 2018
Real Divorce Talk interviews Carlie Berke on a Facebook live to discuss a unique approach to divorce mediation, important taxation in divorce, and child parent relationships in divorce.
Carlie hits big issues headon!
- How do the new tax laws affect your divorce?
- Common negotiating item: “Who gets to take child dependency deductions?”
- Direct benefits of mediation
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