This week, Cordell & Cordell Principal Partner Joe Cordell discussed how flawed decision-making hurts individuals during the divorce process on Phoenix Money Radio’s Business for Breakfast.
Successful people are generally very meticulous in planning out major decisions in their lives, such as careers, education and retirement. However, these individuals often make the decision to divorce without the same analytical insight, which can be problematic.
Dad’s Divorce published a new article covering the rights of parents in deciding their children’s religious upbringing following a divorce.
Correlating with the significant increase in the number of parents awarded joint custody over the past several decades, there has been a rise in the number of disputes regarding who gets to determine a child’s religion. In these situations, there are a number of factors that are used to determine the child’s best interests.
Men’s Divorce posted a new Attorney Bites video giving a general description of how divorced parents determine who gets to claim children on their taxes.
Family law attorney Rebecca DeVincent explained that the parent who has physical custody of the children for more than half of the year typically gets to claim them as dependents. However, there are circumstances where this may not be the case, so consult a local family law attorney if you are unsure to avoid potential complications with the IRS.
- Joe Cordell Talks Divorce Planning With Money Radio
- Who Decides A Child’s Religion After Divorce?
- Attorney Bites: Who Claims Children On Tax Returns
Mat Camp is a former Lexicon Services Online Editor, who focused on providing a comprehensive look into all aspects of the divorce experience. On MensDivorce.com, he concentrated on issues, such as parenting time, custodial rights, mediation, the division of assets, and so much more.
Mr. Camp used the wealth of experience of Cordell & Cordell attorneys to bring tangible answers to reader questions in Ask a Lawyer articles, as well as offer a step by step process through the divorce experience with Cordell & Cordell Co-Founder and Principal Partner Joseph E. Cordell in Divorce 101: A Guide for Men.
Mr. Camp used thorough research to highlight the challenging reality that those who go through divorce or child custody issues face. He helped foster the continued success of the Men’s Divorce Survival Guide, the Men’s Divorce Podcast, and the Men’s Divorce YouTube series “Attorney Bites.”