I don’t often write about taxes, but today seems to be tax day, with my last post about the dependency exemption in child support. It is a common question from my divorcing clients regarding the timing for divorce filing on taxes, and how to file taxes when in the process of divorce. In addition, many of my clients are interested to know that child support is neither deductible the the payor nor included as income for the recipient. Unlike spousal support (alimony), which is both deductible and included as income. Here is an article I read recently that tackles these tax questions and more in a very readable format.