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McKinley Irvin Blogs from March 2019

  • What If My Spouse and I Can’t Agree on Key Divorce Matters?

    What If My Spouse and I Can’t Agree on Key Divorce Matters? Dealing with a divorce is never easy, especially if you and your spouse can’t reach an agreement about key issues. Most couples argue at some point during the divorce process, and it’s extremely likely that you won’t see eye-to-eye on some issues. However, if these disagreements are making each and every stage of your divorce more difficult, you might want to consider what you can do to compromise and resolve these differences. In this post, we discuss your options for when agreements cannot be reached. When You Disagree ...
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  • What If I Can’t Afford My Child Support Payments?

    What If I Can’t Afford My Child Support Payments? Child support is meant to provide children with the financial support they need to cover the costs of daily living essentials. If the child lives primarily with one parent, the non-custodial parent might be required to make a payment each month to help cover the cost of living, education expenses, medical expenses, and so on. As much as the court system aims to make these payments fair for both parties, that isn’t always the case. Sometimes circumstances change, or parents might be asked to pay more than they are able – ...
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  • The Tax Consequences of a Divorce

    The Tax Consequences of a Divorce Did you know that your divorce could influence what you pay in taxes for this year? Before you are blindsided by unexpected fees, make sure you understand how certain aspects of your divorce could impact your tax return. You may be focusing on whether or not you will get to keep your marital home, or how to obtain custody of your child, but you should also be considering how your actions during your divorce could influence your fees as a taxpayer. The more you know about the tax implications, the easier it will be to plan a ...
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  • What You Need to Know About International Child Custody

    What You Need to Know About International Child Custody Child custody issues are never easy, but if you and your co-parent live in different countries, dealing with joint custody or visitation can be quite complicated. The U.S. Census Bureau tells us that international marriages are becoming more and more common, which means there will be more children born of parents from different countries. Our modern society has become much more global, which can be beneficial for several reasons, but it presents very specific challenges in child custody cases. Joint physical custody could be ...
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