Divorce Financial Planning & Taxes

Tax Implications & Court Orders for Retirement Plan Division

In divorce financial planning and taxes, there are numerous tax implication in family law cases that must be considered, such as which parent claims the child as a dependency exemption; the tax implications of alimony for the recipient and payor; inclusion and deduction of alimony; child care credits; mortgage interest and real estate taxes; retirement and tax sheltered plans; pre-tax deductions from income and employment benefits.

Additionally, divorce financial planning may include the division of certain retirement plans, which require consideration for the need for domestic relations orders and the ramifications of state retirement plans when one spouse remarries before retirement.

To learn more about the divorce financial planning representation Mavrides Law firm offers, schedule your initial consultation online or by calling toll free 617-723-9900.


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