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Can I Deduct My Divorce Attorney's Fees?

Unlike attorney fees incurred in the course of running a business, which may be written off as business expenses and excluded from the business's taxable income, personal attorney fees are generally not tax deductible. This principle is, unfortunately, likely hold true for the majority of the attorney fees you incur during a divorce or dissolution; however, depending on the facts and circumstances of your case, a portion of your divorce attorney's fees may ultimately be deductible.

Ohio Divorce and Dissolution: The Basics

Making the decision to end your marriage is, without a doubt, going to be one of the most difficult and important decisions you will ever make. We often find that when we first meet clients, they are deeply embroiled in the emotional turmoil that can accompany this decision- they are often hurt, worried about the impact this will have on their children and other family members, and afraid of what the future might hold. Because of this emotional stress, clients often come into their initial consultation not knowing what to expect, not knowing what questions to ask, and not understanding what role their attorney will play in this process.

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201 East Fifth St,
Suite 1910
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Phone: 513-421-4420
Fax: 513-421-0691
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