Divorce can have a significant impact on an older person's ability to retire. Those who end their marriage after the last day of 2018 may also have to contend with changes to the tax treatment of alimony payments. Starting on Jan. 1, 2019, Arizona residents and others who make alimony payments will no longer get a tax deduction for doing so. Anyone who receives an alimony payment can no longer claim it as income.
There are many different personality traits that could determine if a person is going to have a successful marriage. For instance, if a person has a fragile ego, it could mean that he or she looks for attention from other people. If an individual shies away from conflict, it may hinder the relationship's progress. This is because arguments are what allow couples to communicate and resolve issues in a healthy and timely manner.
Getting a divorce has always been a very expensive process. Due to the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, however, soon-to-be exes in Arizona may find that divorce will be even more expensive if they separate after 2018.
There are a number of factors that can lead to divorce. Infidelity and drug problems have frequently received blame for divorces throughout the last few decades. However, there is a new factor that could lead to an increase in divorce, and it is video games. More specifically, the popular video game Fortnite has received blame for contributing to divorces this past year.
Child custody disputes can be incredibly stressful. For parents who have lost custody of their children, knowing that the court thinks their kids are better off with somebody else can be emotionally debilitating. However, there are ways to win back custody in Arizona.