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      June ADFP Meeting |Tax Law Points Every Divorce Professional Should Know in New York

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      June 24, 2019

      Monday   8:30 AM

      303 Madison Avenue
      New York, New York 10165

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      June ADFP Meeting |Tax Law Points Every Divorce Professional Should Know

      ADFP GNYM Chapter Meeting June 24  Please join us at the next breakfast meeting hosted by Chapter Director - Stacy Francis CFP®, CDFA™, CES™   “Tax Law Points Every Divorce Professional Should Know"     Speaker: Matthew Feigin Matthew will discuss various aspects of federal, New York State, and New York City tax law that affect divorces but that matrimonial attorneys often overlook.  Keeping these provisions in mind can allow you to craft a fairer agreement, to benefit both parties by reducing their total tax burden, and to protect them from liability. In this presentation, you will learn: Loopholes in New York State and New York City tax law that can reduce the tax burden and create a net savings for divorcing parties When a payment could be taxable and deductible as alimony even though the parties’ agreement doesn’t describe it as alimony -- and when a payment won’t be taxable or deductible even though the agreement calls it alimony Factors to keep in mind when dividing retirement assets between the parties Marital assets that attorneys often overlook, but that are revealed by a tax return Gift and estate tax pitfalls in planning for a divorce About the Speaker Matthew A. Feigin is a partner in the firm’s matrimonial and family law department. He has experience in all phases of matrimonial settlements and litigation, including negotiating prenuptial, postnuptial, and separation agreements and litigating equitable distribution, spousal maintenance, child support, and child custody and visitation. His practice has included disputes over the valuation of businesses, over the tracing of separate and marital property, and over the cost of a couple’s lifestyle. He has received an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell based on peer reviews.    Prior to joining Katsky Korins, he practiced as a senior associate at Bronstein Van Veen, LLC, working especially with high-net-worth clients, and, before that, as a senior special counsel in the office of New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. He is a member of the Matrimonial Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association (2012 to present) and is the Chair of its Legislative Subcommittee.

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