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¿CÓMO PUEDE AFECTAR MI DIVORCIO LA NUEVA LEY DE IMPUESTOS?

Abogados de divorcio en todo Estados Unidos han comentado sobre la nueva ley de impuestos promovida por la cámara de Republicanos y el presidente Donald Trump.

CAN TRUMP'S NEW TAX PLAN AFFECT MY PLANS FOR DIVORCE?

Divorce attorneys all over the country are commenting about republican's new tax plan and the impact it will have on divorce processes. The new tax code eliminates tax deductions on spousal support for divorce starting on Jan. 1, 2019. This could mean a rise on divorces for this current year.

Don't forget to focus on legal aspects of starting your business

Getting right into the nitty-gritty aspects of starting your own business may have been an aspect you looked forward to for some time. However, even though you may want to jump in immediately and start operating your business, you need to make sure that you comply with California and federal laws regarding your business operations. If you do not, you could face substantial legal problems that knock your company down before it is even on its feet.

Thinking about paperwork and legal compliance may not fall into the realm of excitement that you had always imagined running your own business would create. However, taking the time to make sure all of your documents and records are in order could allow your company to thrive more easily. Therefore, you may wish to consider taking certain actions when going over the legalities involved with running a business.

Divorcing after 50 brings unexpected changes

Perhaps you met in college or even high school. You married, bought a house, raised a family and planned for your retirement. You may have purchased a vacation home and are now watching your children fall in love. Maybe you even have grandchildren.

After decades of marriage, you might have fallen into a routine. It may not be satisfying, but it is not unpleasant for you. However, things change. If you and your spouse are now considering a divorce, you may want to understand the ramifications of ending your marriage after the age of 50.

Hidden assets may jeopardize your fair property division

You may have hoped your divorce would end amicably, and your spouse might have given that indication. However, your future depends on your financial stability following the divorce, and that stability is in question if your spouse is not being truthful about your finances.

If you have been an active participant in the family's finances, you may have sensed early that things were not right. On the other hand, you may have trusted that your spouse would do the right thing and give an honest accounting of the marital assets. Now, you may not be so sure this is what's happening.

The legal protections necessary for domestic partners

Marriage is not the right choice for everyone. For some California couples, it is preferable to remain unmarried in a domestic partnership, but it can be beneficial to put some legal protections in place. If you are in a domestic partnership, you would be wise to know how you can protect your interests and enjoy the benefits of legally establishing your relationship.

Domestic partnerships are similar to marriage, but there are several distinct differences between these two types of relationships. Some people choose to register as domestic partners rather than simply live together because of the benefits this step can provide.

La custodia de los hijos y los días festivos

Cuando compartes la custodia de tus hijos con tu ex pareja, el calendario de vacaciones puede llegar a ser todo un desafío; incluso, se podría decir que es uno de los más grandes conflictos de custodia que se presentan durante el año. A pesar de cualquier desacuerdo que se presente mientras se eligen las fechas en las que los niños pasarán contigo o con tu ex, es importante recordar que lo único que se debe considerar es la felicidad de tus hijos. Cabe recalcar que la tensión y los conflictos entre tú y tu ex pareja pueden evitarse llegando a un acuerdo que les favorezca a ambos.

What should you include in your parenting plan?

The easier question may be what not to include. As you and the other parent struggle to figure out how to continue raising your children from two separate homes, you have a lot to consider. If you try to include every possible eventuality in your parenting plan, you may never get it done, and it could be thousands of pages long since life is unpredictable enough, and when you add children, it becomes even more so.

The better strategy may be to focus on the essentials of a parenting plan. The elements below could provide you with an outline for your plan. You and your soon-to-be former spouse can then fill in the blanks with the details that make it work for your family.

Check for these mistakes before signing a prenuptial agreement

Money remains an uncomfortable topic for many couples, especially prior to marriage. Even so, you may have mustered the courage to ask your beloved to sign a prenuptial agreement. Broaching this topic feels awkward for many people, since few things could be less romantic during the planning of a wedding.

Nevertheless, you feel that taking this step is an important one that will best serve you and your soon-to-be spouse. You may find it surprising that he or she agreed to enter into such an agreement despite the erroneous belief that doing so means you don't think the marriage will work. In reality, you may believe that your marriage will last forever but want to be prepared in the event that it does not.

Three tips for making divorce work for you

After months of frustration, you may have finally decided that it is time to move on from your marriage. Even if you and your spouse both agree that things should come to an end, this is still going to be a painful time for you.

You have to understand that your life is about to undergo a major change, and you have to be ready for all of the things, positive and negative, that you are about to experience. In this post, we discuss some of the steps that you can take to make divorce easier for you.

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