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Submitted Mar 19, 2016
My brother wife asked for a divorce and he basically is given her everything. They both signed she would be responsible for the house and it payments and they both agreed he would move out. I feel this is not right. How can they both agree when there is loans on the house does the banks not have to be in agreement with this. could they not come after him if she...
Submitted Mar 18, 2016
I am the owner of a term life insurance policy with my wife as the sole beneficiary. Should I die and my wife collects the policy benefit, can any of my creditors proceed in going after the policy benefit paid to my wife? Thanks
Submitted Mar 16, 2016
I am 68 drawing $1000. mo Social Security. My Husband is 73 drawing $1800 per month. If w get a divorce can I get part of his social security as alimony.
Submitted Mar 14, 2016
Hi, I have 1 mil in liability for my cars and 500K for the house. Is it better to reduce the 1 mil on the cars let's say to 250/500 and get a 1 mil umbrella? What is most beneficial. Thank you
Submitted Mar 11, 2016
My husband living in Singapore and works for a Singapore company. I know he doesn't need to pay US social security tax, But how can he apply to get exemption for us social security tax?
Submitted Jan 26, 2016
Question is pertaining to $250.000 Tax free in equity. after one own and resided home for 5 years. Questions are followed: 1) How many in the time can one do this? 2) Can a domestic partner be considered as another partner and qualified for another $250.00. Which conditions could applied; example, domestic partner has be together more than 5 to 10...
Submitted Mar 2, 2016
I lived 3/4 of the year in england where I was paid by an briticsh company and paid in pounds ( 36,000 dollars equiv.) and in the winter I come to California for work as well and make 20,000) dollars (aprox.) I am married but we file separately. I'm looking for tax advice.
Submitted Feb 13, 2016
Regarding SS, I am at 66 in 6 months. My spouse is aged 58. Can I file and restrict my benefits, then file for spousal benefits until I reach age 70? Or what is the better strategy at this point with my spouse being at a little lower earnings level ?
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