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    "id": 63,
    "author": {
        "id": 15,
        "username": "egrinberg",
        "first_name": "Eliza",
        "last_name": "Grinberg"
    },
    "title": "New Tax Law Eliminates Alimony Deduction Starting for Divorces Finalized in 2019",
    "time_published": "2018-02-18T20:52:31.073851-05:00",
    "category": {
        "id": 3,
        "name": "Miscelaneous",
        "code": "MISC"
    },
    "body": "On February 15, 2018, Bloomberg Politics published an article titled \u201cTrump\u2019s Tax Law Could Make Divorces More Bitter.\u201d  The article explains that, starting in 2019, the new tax law will no longer allow for the deduction of alimony from the payer\u2019s taxable income.  In effect, the new rules will apply to divorces that are finalized beginning in 2019.  The article suggests that the new rules may prompt some to move to finalize their divorces before the new tax rules kick in.  \n\nAlimony is not an issue in every divorce matter.  However, in many divorce negotiations and divorce proceedings, alimony is one of the most pressing issues in the case.\n\nIn complicated cases, a party to a divorce can benefit greatly from the counsel of an experienced family law attorney who understands the divorce laws of the state having jurisdiction over the divorce.  At The Law Offices of Grinberg & Segal, PLLC, we handle all types of New York and New Jersey divorce matters, from relatively simple uncontested divorces to highly complicated contested divorces.  Where applicable, we consider alimony in the context of divorce negotiations and proceedings and work to offer our clients the best representation in New York and New Jersey .  Please see our section on alimony to learn more about this issue.\n\nSource:  Steverman, Ben.  \u201cTrump\u2019s Tax Law Could Make Divorces More Bitter.\u201d  Bloomberg Politics.  Feb. 15, 2018.  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-15/tax-overhaul-seen-spurring-more-acrimonious-divorce-negotiations",
    "link": "https://divorcesus.com",
    "image": null,
    "total_comments": 0,
    "teaser": "On February 15, 2018, Bloomberg Politics published an article titled \u201cTrump\u2019s Tax Law Could Make Divorces More Bitter.\u201d  The article explains that, starting in 2019, the new tax law will no longer allow for the deduction of alimony from the payer\u2019s taxable income.  In effect, the new rules will apply to divorces that are finalized beginning in 2019.  The article suggests that the new rules may prompt some to move to finalize their divorces before the new tax rules kick in.  \n\nAlimony is not an issue in every divorce matter.  However, in many divorce negotiations and divorce proceedings, alimon"
}