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April 2013 Archives

Taxing problems in New York divorce settlements

Tax time is unpleasant. Even refunds are depressing when taxpayers realize the check they get back is money they should never have paid. Most New York residents have at least some idea of an expected federal tax liability before the Internal Revenue Service deadline rolls around. The exception may be spouses in the middle of a divorce.

Divorce rate climbs with New York no-fault, improved economy

When no-fault divorce became state law in 2010, spouses no longer needed to blame a marital partner for wrongdoing to end a marriage. Divorces still may be obtained on grounds like cruel treatment, adultery or abandonment, but some New York divorce attorneys say grounds divorces rapidly are becoming passe.

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