Pennsylvania divorce negotiations typically involve a wide range of issues. As a couple negotiates the dissolution of their marriage, topics such as property division, spousal maintenance, child custody and support are addressed. One issue that sometimes plays second fiddle to these divorce discussions is the tax consequence of each decision made.
When going through a divorce, Pennsylvania couples are faced with a broad range of decisions to make, as well as various properties and assets to divide. These decisions sometimes come all at once, and in a rather short amount of time. When a divorce is going badly, with one or both parties frustrated or angry with the other, these decisions can be even tougher to make. In these circumstances, some decisions may be overlooked or rushed when they should really be considered just as carefully as every other.