Past Speaking Engagement

Sal Ambrosino Was an Expert Speaker at NCCSFSP’S Annual Membership Meeting

On June 6th, Sal Ambrosino was a featured expert speaker at the National Capital Chapter Society of... more
On-Demand Webinar

Understanding Business Tax Returns – A Case Study for Family Lawyers

Download: Family Law Business Tax Returns Slides Join Aronson LLC experts Stuart... more
September 12, 2017
Published Article

Gross Income in Virginia: Schedule K-1 Demystified

In Virginia, the definition of “gross income” for child or spousal support in family law... more
December 7, 2018
Dec 12
On-Demand Webinar

Hidden in Plain Sight: Identifying Assets and Income in Matrimonial Disputes

Sal Ambrosino and Bill Foote hosted a webinar on December 12th, which focused on effective... more

But We Agreed, It Was Alimony!

Often divorce decrees or separation agreements describe the nature and amount of payments and... more
May 17, 2016

Tax Planning Opportunity for Divorcing or Yet-To-Be-Married Couples?

The IRS has just announced that it has acquiesced and will follow the Ninth Circuit’s ruling that... more
August 12, 2016

But We Agreed, It Was Alimony – Part 3

Having payments structured as alimony can be an effective tax planning tool. Why? Because... more
June 3, 2016

Surprise! The New Tax Bill’s Potential Impact for Domestic Relations Attorneys

The House Republicans’ big reveal of their new tax bill on Thursday came as a big surprise for... more
November 3, 2017

Valuation Issues to Consider When Making Gifts in 2020

We are noticing a decided uptick in gifting before the end of the year as many are anticipating an... more
October 27, 2020

Tax Issues for Newlyweds

Hopefully you've seen our recent blog posts related to the tax aspects of divorce. As a bit of a... more
July 28, 2016

The IRS is Not a Party to Your Divorce, Your Agreement Does Not Bind Them

When a couple signs the dotted line of their divorce agreement, they should know that the IRS is... more
July 11, 2017

Thoughtful Divorce Planning Can Avoid $500,000 of Taxable Gain

Pat and Jordan were married and lived in the same jointly owned home for 9 years. After their... more
July 13, 2016