Divorce and Tax Consequences ◦ Equitable Property Division ◦ Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Florida, Family Law Attorney
The method in which assets are divided can have tremendous tax consequences to the spouses in any divorce. It is essential that any party to a divorce pay close attention to the relationship between divorce and taxes. At Filler Rodriguez, we believe that the tax consequences of any division of assets in the marital estate must be thoroughly analyzed to provide best structure and result for our clients.
The tax consequences of the division of marital property and payments of alimony or child support may have many significant tax impacts such as:
- Whether payments to one spouse create taxable income to spouse receiving the payments and a deduction in income to paying spouse
- The impact of any potential capital gains taxes
- Tax consequences of Alimony or Child Support
- The basis and tax consequences of the sale of real estate
- The basis and tax consequences of the sale of personal property
- The basis and tax consequences of payments that result from the division of any business that is part of the marital estate
Filler Rodriguez, LLP, has represented numerous clients involving complex business and tax issues. Our combination of business, valuation, tax and family law attorneys provide you with the support necessary to ensure that your marital property will be defined accurately and divided evenly or fairly, taking into consideration the tax consequences, depending on the circumstances of your case.
Where a thorough tax analysis of the division of the marital estate is necessary, Filler Rodriguez Rodriguez will provide you with all of the information and tools that you will need to be completely informed of all your options and the financial and tax impact of any division of marital property.
Contact Senior Partners David Filler or Catherine Rodriguez at 305.672.5007 for immediate attention to your legal needs.