Tax Implications Of Divorce

Many individuals getting divorced fail to understand the tax implications. The legal team at Haslam & Thorne, LLP, in Ontario, California, is committed to guiding you through your divorce.

Our attorneys are board-certified family law specialists. We understand the complexities of divorce and what tax issues need to be considered before your divorce is finalized.

Helping You Plan For The Future

We can help you understand the tax ramifications of your divorce so you can properly plan for the future. You will work with our experienced professionals who have extensive experience navigating all matters related to your divorce.

We will get to know you and your individual goals. Our knowledge of the family law system and how your taxes will be affected will go a long way in helping you understand your current and future tax liabilities.

Factors To Review

Our team will explain your options and help you make the best decision based on your goals. Settlement negotiations need to consider the tax liabilities before an agreement is signed. Items that need to be considered include:

  • Home
  • Rental properties
  • Vehicles
  • Spousal support
  • Other assets

These items can have a significant role when negotiating your divorce settlement. We will carefully review all factors in your situation to develop a clear and effective plan to protect your interests.

Call Us For A Free Initial Consultation

You need lawyers you can trust when getting divorced. At our firm, you will work with AV rated lawyers* and an experienced legal team who will help you through the entire process.

To discuss your divorce case, call us at 909-321-2223 or contact us online. We offer free initial consultations.

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