What To Do When Your Ex-Spouse Refuses To Pay The Taxes?

Posted on: 11 December 2015

In divorce court, taxes are treated just like any other debt. Therefore, if you and/or your spouse owe back taxes, the court will assign responsibility for paying that money according to the laws of your state and other factors such as financial ability. However, the IRS will still hold both of you liable for the debt if it arose from a joint filing. So if your spouse doesn't pay as ordered, the agency will come after you for the entire balance regardless of what your divorce papers say.
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5 Mistakes To Avoid If A Bailiff Arrives At Your Home

Posted on: 10 November 2015

A bailiff can be sent out to your property by a creditor in pursuit of an outstanding debt that you owe. How you respond to the arrival of this bailiff is often a determining factor in how quickly and smoothly the debt is resolved.  Any wrong moves you make when the bailiff arrives at your house can have both financial and legal repercussions that can aggravate an already difficult situation. To get through the situation as smoothly as possible, avoid the following five mistakes:
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Registering A Vehicle In Canada: Key Considerations

Posted on: 13 September 2015

Registering a vehicle in Canada usually involves going through a private companies known as registries. These entities are authorized by the Canadian government to handle certain functions of the country's provinces. One of the most important services they offer is vehicle registration. This article examines some key considerations related to the vehicle registration process in Canada.   Uniformity   The procedures for registering an auto are not uniform throughout Canada. Each province has its own regulations and the registries must adhere to these rules.
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4 Benefits Of Hiring A Lawyer To Plan Your Estate

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If you're looking to get your affairs in order for the future, you may be thinking about taking the time to plan your estate. You can have full control over your affairs now so there are no surprises in the future. It's a good idea to hire a lawyer to hep with the planning process so that you have a great plan that meets all of your needs. Take a look at the following information to better understand the benefits to working with a lawyer to plan your estate.
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