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Friday January 26, 2018

Tax Claims for Family Legal Fees

Authored by: Bryen E. Mooney Posted in: Family Law

Tax season is yet again upon us.  Keep in mind that if you provided payment for legal fees in relation to a family law matter in 2017, you may be able to claim those fees on your taxes.  In particular, legal fees can be claimed in relation to the following:

Note there are some exceptions, so now is the time to contact your legal counsel in order to determine whether you qualify for such deductions, and to obtain the necessary correspondence from them to prove the expense.

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