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A House Divided: Divorce and Real EstateA House Divided: Divorce and Real EstateBy Jerrold Stern2004-04-20T05:00:00Ztierra-grande
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When a married taxpayer transfers property to a spouse, there is no gain or loss recognized for tax purposes. This nontaxable result occurs regardless of whether the transfer is made through gift, sale or otherwise -- even if the transfer is in conncection with a divorce. Digital and Print1664https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/a-house-divided-divorce-and-real-estate

 

 

A House Divided: Divorce and Real EstateA House Divided: Divorce and Real EstateTaxes
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