How Tax Reform Could Dramatically Impact Divorce

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If the GOP’s proposed tax plan passes, divorce could unfortunately get a lot more expensive for some individuals. Buried in the 429-page House Republican tax bill is a provision that might be construed as “pro-family” but in reality is more anti-divorce. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would change the

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Can Adultery Affect A Divorce Case?

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Question: My spouse has been committing adultery for  years. Will that come into play during our divorce? Also, I am disabled and receive medical insurance through my spouse. How will that play out during the case?

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Is It Possible To Vacate Alimony?

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Question: I have been divorced for nearly 40 years. About nine years ago I quit paying alimony because my financial status changed. My wife is also much better off financially than me. Would I be able to have the alimony vacated? What about the previous nine years?

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