Due to the rise in home values, when it comes time to sell their properties, some divorcing couples may face hefty tax consequences and want to roll their capital gains from one property into another. Some of these consequences are preventable with a little strategic planning; others may not fit within the IRS Code parameters […]
(A guest post from the Ilumni Institute) There’s a growing trend in real estate called iBuying, and divorcing homeowners have become prime targets. If you haven’t already heard of it, you will soon enough! This post will provide you with the insights you’ll need to weigh the pros and cons of letting your client sell […]
Guest post by Laurel Starks, CEO & Founder, The Ilumni Institute IRS liens can be bombshells in cases where clients are banking on the equity from their property to pay for debts and to bankroll their future. There’s nothing like calculating a few hundred thousand dollars in equity, only to learn there is an outstanding […]
Just one of the many MCLEs available to family law attorneys who work with me. As a divorce attorney, you’ve doubtlessly encountered many clients who are embroiled in unnecessary drama with their spouses. Most were probably the victim of the spouse’s theatrics, but every once in a while, the problem may have stemmed from your […]
If you and the spouse you’re about to divorce are successful landlords with at least one tenant-occupied rental, you’ll need to give thought to how you go about transitioning that occupied property to a new owner.