Tax Planning in a Divorce
Contentious issues in a divorce can become heightened when tax considerations are factored in. Our lawyers at Taylor, Ganson & Perrin, LLP, help our clients develop final orders that minimize tax liability for the entire marital estate after a divorce. To learn how tax issues should be considered when devising final orders for matters such as property division, child support, custody, and alimony, contact us.
We use our years of experience advising individuals and trusts about tax matters to help our domestic relations clients minimize their tax liability during a divorce.
As with all issues related to divorce, our attorneys strive to educate clients on the costs and benefits of different tax-reducing strategies. Some of the issues that should be considered when undertaking tax planning during a divorce include:
The analysis required to determine the best way to structure final orders in a divorce in light of tax considerations is complex. Our attorneys use our many years of experience handling tax matters for individuals and trusts to devise plans that save as much of the marital estate as possible. To learn how we can help you with tax planning in a divorce, contact us at Taylor, Ganson & Perrin, LLP.