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Divorce negotiations could be affected by alimony tax changes

At the end of a marriage, the separating couple will have to decide on several final arrangements. Divorce negotiations in New York typically revolve around asset division, child custody, child support and alimony. One new change in the tax code has created a stir because it may have effects on how divorces are settled from now on. 

Tarek and Christina El Moussa finalize divorce settlement

Sweethearts Tarek and Christina El Moussa won America over on their popular HGTV show "Flip or Flop" as they remodeled one home per show as a couple. Unknown to many viewers, the couple was experiencing marital strife behind cameras. Some New York residents may be interested to learn that the couple recently finalized their divorce settlement.

"Real Housewives" star Shannon Beador seeks alimony in divorce

Prior to marriage, many couples in New York do not realize how intertwined their finances may become over the years. Separating finances in a divorce can be difficult and intimidating for either spouse, especially for a spouse who generates less income in the marriage. Reality television star, Shannon Beador, has reported concern about her finances in comparison to her soon-to-be ex-husband and is planning to seek more support in their upcoming spousal support hearing.

Divorce: Details of Weinstein's prenutpial agreement made public

The scandal involving Harvey Weinstein has been a dominant news story over the last few months in media outlets in New York and across the country. After numerous accusations against Weinstein began to surface spanning multiple years, his wife Georgina Chapman announced she planned to separate from Weinstein. Although neither Weinstein nor Chapman has officially filed for divorce, details of their possible divorce have been made public.

Couple's divorce settlement made public years after marraige ends

Most New York couples dream of sharing a life together, a beautiful wedding day and a future family together. Most likely do not dream of a day in court arguing over finances and division of assets. For many couples, divorce court is a sad reality to the end of a marriage. Even though one couple's marriage was terminated years ago, they recently argued in court about discrepancies in their divorce settlement agreement.

Jeremy Meeks to divorce; wife seeks alimony and child support

Every marriage in New York is different, and every couple handles conflict within their relationship in a different manner. Some couples would speculate that the instance of arrests, prison and separation would be the time that some spouses would seek separation or a divorce. For Jeremy Meeks, his wife reportedly supported him as he served a two-year prison sentence, but since his release, he has filed for a divorce.

Couple's art collection discussed in divorce hearing

Most marriages begin with hope and promise of a happy future together. Couples move in together, bank accounts are joined, a family is formed and many purchases are made together over the years. Sadly, not all marriages manage to last throughout the years and many divorce to go their separate ways. The process of separating homes, family and items owned can be complicated and painful. One New York couple have attorneys helping them as they sift through all aspects of their marriage throughout their divorce proceedings.

Narcissism, communication issues could point to divorce

Many budding relationships often seem as if nothing could go wrong. New York residents who have found love may feel like they will be with their significant other for the rest of their lives and that their love will sustain them. Unfortunately, relationships and people can change over time, and many individuals come to notice the indicators that may signal that divorce is on the horizon.

Creating a divide may help when dealing with divorce and work

Ending a marriage often means that New York residents may deal with numerous details and take a considerable amount of time to handle necessary proceedings. Because of the steps involved with divorce, parties may find themselves having to rearrange certain areas of their lives to accommodate court hearings and attorney meetings. As a result, some employees may worry about how to handle their personal situations in the workplace.

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