Category Archives: Family Law

Top 10 Divorce Don’ts


Top 10 Divorce DontsWhen You’re Getting Divorced, Please Don’t . . .

1. Immediately Assume You Have To Litigate In Court

Did you know that litigation is not your only option to obtain a divorce, determine support or to address custody? Sometimes litigation …

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What Is Collaborative Law?


Collaborative Law can mean amicable divorce

Did you know there is an alternative to the traditional divorce litigation process? It is called Collaborative Law.

Let’s face it…No one wants to go through a divorce. Unfortunately, sometimes life does not happen as planned. Public perception regarding divorce …

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Tax Code Changes To Alimony – How Does This Impact My Divorce?


Alimony Tax Code Changes The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” signed by the President as law on December 22, 2017, creates various widespread changes to the tax code, and significantly changes how alimony will be treated for tax purposes. Under the prior tax code …

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It’s Official…Federal Tax Reform!


Federal Tax Reform Wondering How Tax Reform Will Affect You or Your Business?

Tax reform is here. President Trump signed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” into law on December 22, 2017. The new law will affect millions of Americans in …

Posted in Legal Watch, Corporate, Business Succession Planning, Estates and Trusts, Family Law

Liberty J. Weyandt Joins The Lynch Law Group to Launch Family Law Practice

Liberty J. Weyandt

Liberty J. Weyandt

The Lynch Law Group, formed in 2002 with a focus on business law, is expanding into a new area of law. The Firm is pleased to welcome attorney Liberty J. Weyandt to launch the new Family Law …

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