Tax Consequences of Divorce

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Course Description

This program was recorded on February 21st, 2018

Divorce happens. No one enjoys the process but in this course you will learn tips and tricks that will minimize the damage done, both financially and emotionally. We will cover some expensive pitfalls to avoid in tax filing, pre-divorce and post. We will also learn some tips and tricks to aid the protection of your clients assets whilst keeping IRS from knocking on your clients door due to future actions. Join us and learn how to be your client's best ally.



  • Samuel Lemon
    Samuel Lemon is an associate in our firm and is also both a tax attorney and Certified Public Accountant. His expertise lies primarily in federal and state tax controversy and he has experience representing individuals before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Franchise Tax Board (FTB), the Employment Development Department (EDD), and the Board of Equalization (BOE). Samuel worked as a CPA and tax preparer for seven years before attending law school, working for a national tax firm and then for Intuit. He uses this tax preparation insight to assess whether or not our clients could benefit from filing amended tax returns to reduce the overall balance due.

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    1. Preparing for Divorce
      1. 401K
      2. Purchase of Assets
    2. Property Transfers
      1. Alimony Child Support
      2. Changes Under Trump Plan
    3. Reading a Tax Return
      1. Finding Hidden Assets
      2. Dissomaster and Other State Financial Tools
      3. Community Property
      4. Remarriage
      5. Filing Status
    4. IRS Issues
      1. How IRS vs Family Court
      2. Innocent Spouse
      3. CDP Rights