Alimony and Taxes, Here’s the Scoop

Posted October 21, 2015

In most Colorado divorce cases involving maintenance (also called “alimony” by the Internal Revenue service): -the maintenance payer will receive a deduction from his or her gross income equal to the amount of maintenance paid; and -the maintenance receiver will be required to pay federal and state income taxes on

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Dividing Retirement Accounts at Divorce

Posted October 5, 2015

Many divorcing couples in Colorado falsely believe that in order to divide retirement accounts at a divorce, one must liquidate that account, incur the associated taxes and penalties, then transfer the remaining proceeds to their spouse. However, by obtaining strong guidance from a Split Simple mediator and following the proper

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