Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Writes About The Rise In Divorce Rates During COVID And The Importance Of Making Sure Tax Returns Are Filed To Avoid Further Distress.
Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR, tells readers that divorce is difficult without the complications of a pandemic but can be even more difficult in light of all the other changes. He highlights the importance of making sure tax returns are filed and have been filed during every year of marriage.
Fairhope, AL, March 01 2022: Tax Attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR.com, recently published an article on his website entitled “Divorce And Taxes In The Time Of COVID.” Mr. Willis makes it clear that he is not a divorce attorney, but that he has seen his share of IRS troubles come about because of divorce.
Willis states, “If you thought divorce was difficult pre-COVID, well, welcome to divorce in the time of COVID. We’ve entered a whole new world of discovery of things that can split up couples and families like nothing we’ve seen before.” He elaborates, “Disputes over whether or not to wear masks, conflicts about home-schooling, to vaccinate or not, to believing or denying whether COVID is real or merely a conspiracy foisted upon the world by who-knows-who! Besides killing more than 5 million people around the world,” Willis writes, “COVID has sent divorce rates soaring.”
According to Willis, “Between a nerve-shattering divorce and the nerve-wracking filing of tax returns, it’s easy to make mistakes and end up getting on the wrong side of the IRS.” He clarifies, “That just means red flags flying on their end, which will eventually make their way back to you.”
Willis writes, “I’m not a divorce attorney, I’m a tax attorney, yet I’ve seen my share of people get into some complicated tax troubles because of mistakes made during a divorce. So, if you have gotten a divorce during COVID, particularly if your divorce was finalized before midnight on December 31st, 2021, pay close attention. And make sure your tax preparer gets all the facts straight.”
“First and foremost,” says Willis, “whatever your current status, divorced, separated or still married, make sure your tax returns are filed. Also, if you were not involved in filing your tax returns during your marriage, you want to make sure your tax returns were in fact filed every year.” He confirms, “This is one of the most shocking things a spouse who hasn’t been responsible for making sure tax returns are filed may discover upon divorce. And it can lead to complications with the IRS.”
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ABOUT JOHN WILLIS
Mr. Willis believes strongly in supporting and representing the “underdog” and has devoted his entire professional life to protecting and defending those who need it most. As an attorney, Mr. Willis takes his role as “counselor” seriously. His knowledge, creativity and persistence are valuable assets that provide substantial benefits to his clients. He has represented individuals and businesses across the Gulf Coast for over 23 years and, he brings together an abundance of skills and experience that can be of assistance to almost anyone.
ABOUT THE IRSALLSTAR TEAM
The IRSALLSTAR team has developed a winning formula to ensure that each client’s individual needs are specifically met. Upon becoming a client of Mr. Willis’ law firm, that client’s immediate needs are assessed, and long-term goals are defined. Experienced professionals on the IRSALLSTAR team then assist each client in developing and implementing a custom-tailored game plan to provide both short-term and long-term relief from his or her serious tax problems. All firm clients are continually coached toward successful tax resolution and final victory over their challenges with the IRS and state taxing authorities. The entire blog can be found at http://www.irsallstar.com/blog/irs-tax-controversy-even-death-cant-stop-the-irs.php
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