So you are getting divorced, but you and your spouse signed a prenup years ago, when you got married. You think it will solve most of your legal issues right up front, and you're certainly glad you have it in place.
Divorce is one of those things that seems to touch every area of life, whether you expect it o or not. One area that you will need to pay special attention to following a divorce is how you budget for and prepare your taxes. Taxes affect child support payments and alimony differently, and should be approached carefully. While it is always wise to consider having your taxes prepared by a tax professional, a general understanding of how taxation is leveed against child support and alimony for both spouses can help you plan well.