Inequities in the Law: Practicing Law as a Member of the LGBTQIA+ Community
Check it out – We just received a copy of the most recent issue and we’ve excited to see Attorney Autumn Hancock’s article published in the Law Day issue of the St. Petersburg Bar Association‘s Paraclete Journal!
We honor the mothers today- and we are grateful for you- for the hopeful mothers, for the stepmothers, for the grieving mothers, for the birth mothers, for the adoptive mothers, for the surrogate mothers, for the foster mothers, for the grandmothers, for the lonely mothers, for the mothers in heaven, for the exhausted mothers, for the single mothers, for the selfless mothers, and for the helpers of moms- we honor you today and every day. We are wishing you peace and love on Mother’s Day!
Adoption day! We are so honored to help another family finalize their adoption today! This family has been trying to complete their adoption for 2 years, so Attorney Hancock was delighted when they called to ask her to step in and help them they get it done. Today marks the end of a long journey for this family and the official beginning of a new and wonderful story of love.
A tip from Mangrove Financial for dealing with the early child tax credits. This issue is confusing to many and is discussed daily during our mediations or with our own clients.
If you received early child tax credits, those who received early payments in 2021 should be expecting Letter 6419 in the mail from the IRS that explains how much they received and how that number was calculated. The letter lets people know how to properly file their taxes by telling them how much they are still owed in child tax credit.
PLEASE don’t file your 1040 until you receive this letter. If the calculations on your return are incorrect it will significantly delay your refund.