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August 2018 Archives

How to avoid contempt of court charges in a divorce

More and more people in Wyoming and other states choose amicable uncouplings if their marriages come to an end. After all, an uncontested divorce allows a couple to draft a settlement agreement that suits them both. However, both parties will have to meet legal requirements, and anyone who does not follow the court's orders might face contempt of court charges.

New tax law creates changes for alimony, retirement savings

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was passed last year by Congress created many changes for individuals and businesses alike in Wyoming and all across the nation. In particular, those couples whose divorces will be finalized in 2019 will witness a major shift in how alimony will be taxed. While this change will be apparent when each subsequent tax season rolls around, it will also have farther-reaching implications into future retirement planning.

Rebuilding retirement accounts after a divorce

When a marriage ends, it is important to take time to rebuild and heal one's self. Studies show that rebuilding financially is just as important after a divorce considering that many have to start over building retirement nest eggs. Residents of Wyoming and other states who are divorced run a high risk of not having enough money to see them through their retirement years.

Financial surprises women face in a divorce

The end of marriage comes with many changes and financial surprises. A recent study showed that women in the middle of a divorce or those who are contemplating one were hit with financial challenges that they were not prepared for. Women in Wyoming and other states admitted that they had little understanding about household finances, debts and investments.

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