Divorcing couples with significant assets should be keenly aware of the potential tax implications involved in dividing investments and property — including issues relating to taxes, transfers of real property, business valuations, pensions and estate planning — as well as those associated with child support and alimony/spousal support and alimony pendente lite. These considerations are important in all cases regardless of the size of the marital estate or the parties’ incomes. Given the complex nature of matrimonial taxation, it becomes important to secure the assistance of an experienced family law lawyer who is well versed in the rules and regulations surrounding tax issues. The experienced family law attorneys at Williams Family Law, P.C., are available to help you to minimize tax consequences during your divorce proceeding.
Our Value: Identifying and Solving Matrimonial Taxation Issues in Bucks County
At Williams Family Law, our experienced matrimonial and family law attorneys work with clients and their accountants to ensure that tax implications are considered during the dissolution of a marriage. Our goal is to assist clients in securing the best possible settlement for their individual situations.
Through careful planning, many matrimonial tax implications can be avoided or greatly reduced, allowing divorcing couples to conserve additional income and assets for the future. To help our clients to preserve their assets and income, we thoroughly evaluate tax implications by considering the following options:
Contact Us Regarding Matrimonial Taxation in Bucks County
If you are seeking assistance regarding tax issues common in divorce proceedings, Williams Family Law is here to help you. To discuss matrimonial taxation issues with an experienced family law attorney, please contact our office.
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