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Divorce and Taxes

December 26, 2008

In short, maintenance payments must be declared as income by the person who receives them, and are tax deductible for the person who pays them. Child support payments, however, are neither taxable to the payee or deductible by the payor. More detailed tax information can be provided by your attorney or by a tax professional.

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