Cordell & Cordell Austin divorce lawyer Kelly Burris appeared on KVUE ABC News in Austin to discuss the most common tax questions facing divorced and divorcing men. Watch the three-minute video below to learn the answers to questions about filing status and what divorce-related expenses you can deduct:
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Divorce brings financial challenges for everyone. But it’s especially challenging for primary earners, such as business owners and professionals, who must commonly contend with claims for their spouse’s support.
The American Society of Attorney-CPAs is presenting a complimentary seminar, sponsored by Cordell & Cordell, for business owners and professionals facing divorce. The “How To Get Divorced Without Going Broke” seminar will be held Thursday, Feb. 28, at 6 pm at the Omni William Penn hotel in downtown Pittsburgh.
Dually-licensed attorney-CPAs Joseph Cordell and Marty Davidoff will give practical tips on weathering the storm with as little cost and conflict as possible. Mr. Cordell and Mr. Davidoff are esteemed speakers who have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and on Fox News, among other national media outlets.
Don’t let divorce take away what you have worked so hard to achieve. Attend this complimentary seminar on Thursday, February 28, at the Omni William Penn hotel.
Register by calling 1-855-ATNY-CPA or online at MyDivorceDollars.com.
Cordell & Cordell Principal Partner Joseph Cordell provided the Huffington Post with answers to five commonly asked tax questions from divorced dads.
Divorce brings considerable changes to the way you file your taxes and which exemptions and deductions you can claim. What already is a complex and disconcerting tax process for many is exacerbated by a separation.
So read the divorce tax tips article on the “Five Most Common Tax Questions” to learn your filing status, who claims the dependency exemption, and whether you can deduct your divorce attorney’s fees.