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Divorce and Taxes

Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.  Another certainty is the fact that when you get divorced you will have to think about how your divorce will change how you approach your taxes.  Luckily, this year, your taxes have been automatically postponed until July 15th, 2020, courtesy...

Gray Divorce

Divorce After 60

As the baby boom population ages, there has been an increase in what is being called “Gray Divorce.” What does that mean exactly?   It is when two people 60 or older file for divorce.  The number of divorces in this age group has doubled in the last 25 years.  Why are...

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Breaking the News to Children About Divorce

Deciding how and when to tell children about divorce can be a challenge for many parents. There are strategic decisions to be made, such as whether you will tell the children together or separately, and how you will address questions about the divorce during the conversation. The good news is...

News: Kristi Anderson Wells Authors New Book on Executive Compensation

Kristi Anderson Wells’ new book, The Executive Compensation Handbook: Stock Option Awards, Restricted Stock Grants, Cash Bonuses, Incentives and Other Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation in Divorce, was recently published by the American Bar Association. A practical guide to a complex subject, the book provides guidance for understanding, negotiating and dividing these assets...