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Alimony and Tax Reform, Questions Arise

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One of the potential changes baked into the tome of tax reform is changing the way in which alimony is taxed. Currently, alimony is a tax deduction to the spousing paying alimony and taxable to the recipient. The person paying alimony is typically in a higher tax bracket so this is a significant benefit to them. (These payments […]

Alimony & The Code of Hammurabi

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Alimony & The Code of Hammurabi   Now that is not something that comes up every day, The Code of Hammurabi. But if we are to truly look at where we are today, we must look back and in this case we are looking way back, to 1754 B.C.. The ancient text states the following: […]

Life Insurance & Divorce

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Life Insurance & Divorce I find that often people simply do not want to talk about life insurance, discussing your demise and planning for it is not a light subject. But in divorce it is imperative that it is addressed and an understanding of the types of insurance owned is of equal importance. If someone […]

Journey of Hope: Moving Forward Financially

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Journey of Hope Conference 2017 Moving Forward Financially What an incredible weekend of hope, fellowship and sharing of faith.  It was an honor and a pleasure to be a speaker at this event.  I had several requests for the presentation, so, here it is with the speaker notes.   Please feel free to share! Journey […]

Our Second Webinar is Now Available

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Charleston Divorce Services, is here to help you and your family work through this challenging time.  Join us once a month for a complimentary, private webinar.  To sign up for our next event, http://www.charlestondivorceservices.com/webinar and join us live.  

Our First Webinar!

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  Charleston Divorce Services has started a monthly webinar, these will be held at noon and will take questions from our guests.  Check our Facebook page for upcoming days.   http://www.charlestondivorceservices.com/webinar    

Grey Divorce and Retirement

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Grey Divorce and Retirement Grey divorce, or divorcing in the later years of your life is on the rise. As more baby boomers enter retirement they seem to be saying to one another that they don’t want to spend the last segment of their lives married to the person they raised their families with. I […]