Financial Misconduct In Divorce And Its Impact

Financial Misconduct Divorce can have serious consequences for your marriage. Marriage is a big life step that sometimes doesn’t go as planned. While signing off on a divorce can be a relief, it can also lead to many headaches down the road. 

Does Tax Fraud Get Exposed During Divorce Proceedings?

Divorces can take an emotional toll on many people. During such a turbulent time, a spouse may not want to evenly split every marital asset with their soon-to-be-ex. Alternatively, he or she can decide to expose any tax problems you’ve had in the past.

Paul White joins Miod & Company

It’s not a common occurrence for a business to bring on a member of a rival firm to its staff. It’s even less likely to bring on a founder of a rival firm. Paul White joining Miod and Company back in July 2021 was one exception.

Preparing for Divorce Over 50: What You Need to Know

Preparing for Divorce Over 50: What You Need to Know

Divorce Over 50 is a difficult process, but when you're over 50, there are a few additional factors that need to be considered. These challenges may include financial considerations, such as the division of retirement accounts and pensions, as well as the potential...

Find out How to Safeguard Pensions in Divorce

Find out How to Safeguard Pensions in Divorce

Pensions in divorce can be a complex and stressful issue to navigate during a divorce proceeding. The fate of your retirement savings or pension plan may be one of the many concerns you have during your divorce proceeding. If you've been able to save money through...

4 Common Questions Taxpayers Have on Structured Settlements

4 Common Questions Taxpayers Have on Structured Settlements

Structured settlements are a financial arrangement that is often used in legal cases to provide a stream of future payments to a plaintiff. While this can be a useful tool for those who have received a settlement, it is not always the best option for everyone. In this...

What Are Tracing Options Available in California?

What Are Tracing Options Available in California?

In California, there are three basic ways of tracing separate or communal property. Direct Exhaustion/recapitulation Mechanical Tracing Lawyers and forensic accountants utilize these strategies to substantiate separate property claims against current and existing...

FAQs About Child Support and Taxes

FAQs About Child Support and Taxes

Many single parents struggle with misconceptions about child support payments and taxes. Common questions that parents receiving or paying child support may have include how their taxes will be impacted by child support payments, who gets to claim the children on...

Divorce Checklist: How to Prepare for a Divorce

Divorce Checklist: How to Prepare for a Divorce

While the legal process of divorcing can be difficult, it doesn't have to be financially arduous for everyone involved. A divorce checklist can help you in this situation to set things in the right direction. There are various methods to choose from based on how you...

Here Is What You Need to Trace a Separate Property in Mixed Assets

Here Is What You Need to Trace a Separate Property in Mixed Assets

The characterization of property in a divorce or legal separation case is extremely important. The distinction between separate and community property has a substantial impact on the division of assets upon divorce. The definition of separate property is any property...

Tax Delinquent Property Auctions

 

What happened? The property owner failed to pay the required property taxes. In every state, the legislature mandates that property owners must pay their fair share of budgeted property taxes.

The legislature empowers the county board of supervisors or county commissioners to assess, levy, and collect taxes.

When property taxes go unpaid, the treasurer is authorized to seize the real estate. The county then announces a tax defaulted property auction, which is advertised online on the county website and in the local newspaper. These tax delinquent property auctions are open to the public.

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