When the end of the year is looming and it will soon be time to file taxes, if a divorcing couple was previously married filing jointly, they should consider rethinking their tax filing status. Sharon Klein, president of Family Wealth’s Eastern U.S. Region and head of Wilmington Trust’s National Divorce Advisory Practice, discusses those key tax issues you and your client should think about before a divorce is finalized so that you can take advantage of opportunities, maneuver around potential traps, and help position your clients for a successful settlement.
 

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