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A Review Of Divorce Calculation Software

Difficult as it might be for those of us who don’t practice in the field to believe, matrimonial (or family or divorce) lawyers, really need software, too. Of course, to the extent that divorce is essentially litigation, the matrimonial lawyers ...

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Presidents' Tax Returns Available Online

Most taxpayers derive some comfort from the knowledge that their individual income tax returns are considered private information, and that even the Internal Revenue Service is barred from releasing this information to anyone other than authorized agencies and individuals. Nonetheless, ...

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CPLR 4502(b): The Spousal Privilege

The fostering of uninhibited communications between spouses so as to promote domestic peace is at the heart of the spousal privilege. However, this troublesome privilege is not inviolate and not all communications between spouses are, or should be, immune from ...

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Recent IRS Rulings And Announcements

Early Look – New Audit Guides Issued by IRS – In an effort to assist Internal Revenue Service examiners, a number of new and fairly recently revised audit guides have been posted on the IRS website at www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=149,00.html. The guides ...

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Recent Fourth Department Decisions Of Note

In two decisions filed April 29, the Appellate Division, Fourth Department addressed issues that effect how family law practitioners handle certain cases. u&#160’Guinta v. Doxtator,’ CAF 04-01096 This appeal was taken from an order issued by the Onondaga County Family ...

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