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Under N.J. Law, Is The Alimony Factor Of The
Under N.J. Law, Is The Alimony Factor Of The "Standard Of Living" Applicable To Both Parties?

Yes. Pursuant to New Jersey’s updated alimony laws, lawyers were advised that the standard of living of both parties is applicable to both spouses. Following please find this New Jersey alimony attorney’s of a recent divorce case that explains how this may affect your case. ...

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