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How might a collaborative divorce help you?

Many New Yorkers, yourself included, might be under the assumption that having significant assets and child custody concerns automatically means you are heading to court when you seek a divorce. Fortunately, there are uncontested options that can have significant advantages over litigation, if an uncontested divorce is right for you. Collaborative law can be especially beneficial when you have complex property division or child custody issues to work out with your spouse. It is important to understand how a collaborative divorce works because the process is somewhat more complicated than a mediated divorce.

How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act affects your divorce

There were already financial hurdles in deciding to divorce your spouse, but a new tax law taking effect in 2019 could have an even greater impact. Signed into law in December 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act makes changes to simplify how individuals and households file taxes, but it also affects those who are divorcing after the start of the new year.

Avoid these pre-divorce mistakes

There may be some people close to you who have gone through a divorce and are eager to give you advice on how to handle yours. Should you let their experiences guide you?

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