Video: Cordell & Cordell News – January 30, 2015


Cordell & Cordell, along with its sponsored sites Dads Divorce and Men’s Divorce, present a news video for the week of January 30, 2015. This week, Cordell & Cordell Principal Partner Joe Cordell contributed a new article in his column for Financial Advisor Magazine detailing two subjects where financial advisors can be helpful


Ex Refusing To Reimburse Support Overpayment

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Question: I must pay my ex-wife a portion of any bonuses received that are above my annual salary. I must also provide her with my tax filings. Last year, there was an underpayment after my deductions were calculated so I paid her the difference in the amount owed. This year,


Taxes During Divorce: What You Can and Cannot Deduct

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By Tara N. Brewer Special to When facing a divorce, tax season can become quite complicated. According to The Wall Street Journal, revisions under the American Taxpayer Relief Act have forced divorce attorneys and tax accountants to cautiously calculate divorce agreements. Per this revision, single taxpayers with income exceeding


Interpreting Divorce Decree Tax Clauses

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Question: My question is about taxes and claiming dependents if we were divorced less than a year ago. Our divorce agreement states that each of us would claim one child as a dependent until they are 18, though nothing specifically mentions how to handle 2012, the year we were divorced.