There are many benefits to filing a joint tax return with your spouse. Unfortunately, those benefits can stop abruptly when you and your spouse separate. You can even get hit with a former spouse’s tax debt, regardless of whether you earned the income in question or had anything to do with his or her failure to pay. Pro Tax Resolution is available to walk you through your post-divorce tax filing and can help you resolve any lingering issues related to your former spouse’s errors or wrongdoing. Contact us today to discuss the tax services you need!
You’ll have a lot of new details to consider in your first tax season following a divorce. For instance, you and your former spouse can no longer both claim your children as dependents on your tax returns. Generally, this benefit is given to the custodial parent, although there are exceptions. You may also have new tax concerns related to alimony payments, which are taxable to the recipient and deductible by the payer. Pro Tax Resolution has the in-depth tax code knowledge to help you handle the transition from being a married, jointly filing taxpayer to being on your own once more, whether or not there are dependents involved and regardless of what kind of tax problems you and/or your former spouse were dealing with prior to the separation.
Pro Tax Resolution is staffed with tax attorneys, enrolled agents, and CPAs, which means we’re sure to be able to handle whatever tax issues are weighing you down. We have more than 40 years of experience in the tax help industry, and in that time, we’ve helped so many clients just like you through the tax ramifications of divorce. We understand that separating from your spouse can be emotionally exhausting and, in some cases, financially crippling, and we’ll do our best to bring you relief.
Wherever you live in the greater Virginia Beach area, you can count on us for prompt and accurate solutions to your tax problems. We’re happy to offer free cost estimates, so get in touch today to schedule your initial consultation!