New regulations will make alimony payments non-taxable income for those receiving alimony payments and non-tax-deductible for those making the payments beginning January 1, 2019. Properly executed, unmodified agreements and orders executed prior to that date will retain the deductibility and taxability, respectively. The Basics of Alimony Alimony is the monetary exchange of support following a...

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As many of you are probably aware, the Governor has issued a stay at home order beginning today at 5 pm. As an essential business, we will remain open to serve our clients. During this time, many people will face legal challenges and be in need of services regarding issues such as divorce and child custody, estate planning, business law and real estate matters. We are here to help. In order to follow social distancing protocols, we are offering phone and video conferences and innovative solutions to sign your essential documents in a safe manner. We are all going through a difficult time and things are rapidly changing, but Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long remains here for you.