As a reminder, the tax treatment of alimony has changed beginning in 2019.   If you or your clients pay or receive alimony under the old tax laws (i.e., the divorce agreement was entered into before midnight of 12/31/2018)*: The payer will continue to deduct alimony amounts paid. The receiver will continue to pay tax…

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On January 24, 2011, the Supreme Court addressed issues related to child support calculations, mandatory drug testing, and shared joint physical custody in Willis v. Willis. In Willis, the Husband appealed the trial court’s calculation of his child support obligation and its decision to require him to take mandatory quarterly drug tests.  Per the final…

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