East Texas Divorce Tax Law Attorney
One of the components of a divorce that can have a major impact and that few people stop to consider is the tax consequences. This can be especially true for divorce involving higher wage earners and those marital estates with significant assets.
At Bain, Files, Jarrett, Bain & Harrison, P.C., our Tyler divorce tax consequence attorneys bring decades of extensive experience in family law and specifically the tax implications of divorce to the aid of our clients. We offer our clients exceptional representation from attorneys who are board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and who understand the tax consequences of divorce.
Tax Consequences of Divorce
Without representation by an attorney who is knowledgeable and skilled at handling the tax implications of divorce, you may find that the total marital estate may be diminished. Without careful planning, you may lose an unnecessary amount of money to the IRS.
We employ CPAs to help us ensure that tax issues are minimized. A variety of tools exist to help create the protection you will need, including:
- Using alimony as a consideration when dividing property
- Being cognizant of the time of filing for a divorce
- Dealing thoughtfully with family businesses, retirement accounts and all kinds of investments
We will look at previous tax returns regarding their accuracy and take all appropriate steps to ensure you receive maximum protection from any financial or criminal liability.
For experienced and effective representation that can help you to minimize the tax consequences of your divorce, turn to Bain, Files, Jarrett, Bain & Harrison, P.C. Call 903-258-9447 or simply contact us online to schedule an initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We accept credit cards for our clients' convenience.