McKinley Irvin Blogs from May 2012

  • The Globalization of Family Law

    It is no news to you or your clients that the world continues to grow smaller. If you represent emerging businesses, perhaps you have helped your retired Amazon executive perform her due diligence on a cell phone ringtones business she plans to run with partners in India. Estate planning more your emphasis? Maybe you have structured a family trust to handle tax issues related to your United Kingdom-based Boeing executive’s employee stock option plan. Maritime? Litigation is possibly perpetually just around the corner between ...
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  • How Will Your Taxes Change After a Divorce?

    How Will Your Taxes Change After a Divorce? After your divorce is finalized, your tax obligations, credits, and the way you file will all be affected. But the good news is that tax changes after a divorce can be predicted and prepared for beforehand. To avoid confusion and mistakes, make sure you are informed on how your divorce settlement — including child custody, child support payments, and spousal support/alimony payments — will change the way you will file your taxes. How to File after Divorce: Married or Single? Even if your divorce is not finalized until ...
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