ARTICLES - Tax - AVOID THIRD-PARTY TRANSFERS IN A DIVORCE - When more than two parties are involved in a divorce-related property transfer, the tax consequences can be unpredictable. To help the client steer clear of unpleasant tax surprises, a CPA should examine the code, regulations and court cases.
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