This should clear up some confusion.
By Robin Roshkind, Esquire – West Palm Beach, Florida
Divorce and taxes, divorce and health insurance, divorce and the marital home, divorce and credit, divorce and sex, divorce and children, divorce and child support, divorce and the computer, divorce and your cell phone, credit cards, bank accounts…the list can go on and on and on! There is so much to think about when you decide to divorce that it is overwhelming for the lay person. So here is my own check list to help you get through it:
- Tax ramifications. Before signing any marital settlement, seek an independent tax advisor. Most divorce attorneys, myself included, are not tax experts.
- Attorneys fees and costs. Who is going to pay?
- Children’s issues. These include time sharing, where and with whom the child will live, child support, vacations, travel to and from the other parent, schooling, extracurricular activities, clothing and…
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