When your divorce is finalized it can feel like the end of a tedious process. However, while your marriage is officially ended your duties to the divorce may not be. Whether you have a settlement agreement, or it is ordered by a court there may be steps after the finalization that you are required to […]
After Divorce
Getting your divorce decree can feel like you’ve had a massive weight lifted off your shoulders. You may feel a certain sense of freedom now that the long and drawn out process is finally over. However, when your divorce is finalized there are still things that can get you into trouble, especially if children are […]
Changes in alimony tax law
Starting in the 2019 tax year there are changes in alimony tax law. Alimony payments are no longer tax deductible. They are also no longer reported as income by the recipient. The reason this is now like this is because the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was signed into law in 2017 eliminated the […]
grandparents rights
As a grandparent, the bond with your grandchildren is special. Being able to spend time with your grandchildren is important for both grandparents and grandchildren. Unfortunately, there is no grandparents rights rule or law. You have less legal rights to your grandchildren than their parents do. The parents are the primary legal custodians of the […]
When it comes to your divorce, walking into the court room may be the most intimidating part of the whole procedure, for someone who has never been there before. The fear of the unexpected in a final divorce trial can keep people up at night. Being prepared can help your case go a lot smoother […]
Protection From Abuse Order
Family violence is a very serious issue that happens usually behind closed doors. These victims often feel terrified, helpless, and alone with no way out. However, there is a lifeline and help can be found. The courts can provide protection through the law when needed. A protection from abuse order can help victims of family […]
In a divorce the law clearly and adequately covers separation of two parties. However, when it comes to unmarried parents’ things can tend to get murky and much of which becomes a gray area. Splitting assets can be messy for two unmarried people who are living together. Things get even more complicated when dealing with […]
marital property
In today’s day and age hiding money and valuable assets away can be very difficult but not completely impossible. There are many ways people can try and hide money from their significant other. When facing a divorce equitable distribution can be an over whelming thought. When it comes to monitoring assets, its important to keep […]
Dividing a business during a divorce in Pennsylvania can bring about a certain set of specific challenges. If the business is a small and both parties are involved with the business, it many times can feel like you are going through a second divorce. Fortunately, there are efficient ways to go about handling this difficult […]
Digital Assets and Estate planning. The Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner, P.C.
What are digital assets? We live in the age of information, where much of the world has access to the internet and most Americans have accumulated plenty of digital assets, whether they are aware of that fact or not. Digital assets can include a wide variety of different types of digital information. Things like your […]

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