Monday, January 14, 2019

New Tax Changes Will Change the Way You Negotiate Divorce Settlements in 2019

Thinking about your taxes for 2019?
Are you recently divorced or thinking about divorce?
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It will be important to consider all of the tax changes as you negotiate settlements in divorce cases, custody cases, spousal support and even child support cases in 2019. 
  • Spousal support and alimony
  • Personal exemptions and child tax credit
  • Personal deductions
Read more here about how these changes could affect you. If you need more detailed tax advice, please consult a tax professional.  

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If you would like to learn more about new tax changes effecting divorce, contact PSED Law today! Our divorce attorney in Ann Arbor, Wendy Alton, can help assist you with divorce and everything in between. 

Thursday, January 3, 2019

New Tax Changes Will Affect Your Divorce in 2019

divorce attorney Ann ArborWhile we’re not tax professionals, we’re paying attention to some significant tax changes that are in effect now and are also effective as of January 2019.  These changes will have quite an effect on how settlements are negotiated in divorce, custody and support cases.
If you would like to learn more about new tax changes effecting divorce, contact PSED Law today! Attorneys at Pear, Sperling, Eggan, & Daniels, P.C., can help assist you with divorce and everything in between. 

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Our attorneys know how to get results for our clients and they’re dedicated to getting a satisfactory outcome. Contact our divorce attorney in Ann Arbor today at (734) 665-4441 for a no obligation consultation.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Believe You Have Been Defamed? Learn Your Rights!

Do you think you have been defamed?

Are you hurt by comments someone said about you?

Has your reputation been ruined or resulted in loss of income? 

Under Michigan law, a statement must assert facts that are “provable as false” in order to be considered defamatory. This is, in part, nothing more than a different way of saying that truth is an absolute defense against libel – you cannot be defamed if what’s being said about you is true. It’s more than that, however, as a statement must allege something “provable” – the person publishing the allegedly defamatory statements must be alleging something is a fact, not simply their opinion. Learn more here!

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If you would like to learn more about defamation and civil litigation services at PSED Law, contact us today! Attorneys at Pear, Sperling, Eggan, & Daniels, P.C., can help assist you with civil litigation and everything in between. Consult your attorney for details.

Our attorneys know how to get results for our clients and they’re dedicated to getting a satisfactory outcome. Contact our attorneys for civil litigation in Ann Arbor today at (734) 665-4441 for a no obligation consultation.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Have You Been Defamed? Probably Not.

One of the most common type of calls I take comes from people who believe they have been defamed. Almost without exception we have to turn them away, informing them that, unfortunately, even if what someone said about you is really hurtful, it’s not defamatory. This can leave clients confused, wondering why that is the case. The reasoning behind this goes back to the roots of the United States, and the protections of afforded speech enshrined in the Constitution.
Learn more here!

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If you would like to learn more about defamation and civil litigation services at PSED Law, contact us today! Attorneys at Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C., can help assist you with civil litigation in Ann Arbor and everything in between. Consult your attorney for details.