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How to File Taxes When Separated


Marriages dissolve for a number of reasons, but in many states, before you can officially claim marital independence, you must satisfy a state specific separation period. While some states require your length of separation be court documented, sometimes for a period of up to three years, or just by a showing of living independent of each other, there are certain implications as to how you should file your taxes during your separation period.

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