Anyone who has gone through a divorce knows that it's typically an emotionally draining experience, and for many, a financially draining one, too. And just when you think the haggling over money, property, the kids and the dog is all behind you, up comes tax time.
This week was likely a stressful one for the multitudes of Ohio residents who divorced in 2013 -- at least those who put off filing their taxes until Tuesday. Their breakups may seem like ancient history now, but the IRS serves up some final reminders, usually in the form of complex questions that the average filer may not be prepared for. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you're getting a divorce this year: