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Permanent Alimony is Eliminated in New Jersey
Permanent Alimony is Eliminated in New Jersey

As you may have heard last month Governor Christie signed a bill into law that has resulted in major overhaul to alimony laws in our state. This is one of a series of blogs I shall be sharing to inform the public of all of the different changes that have occurred to New ...

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Blog posts in October, 2014

  • May I End My Alimony Payments In New Jersey If I Am Unemployed?

    While a judgment of divorce may be final, as an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney I know that circumstances change and, sometimes alimony and ...

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  • In New Jersey, What is the Child Custody Neutral Assessment Program?

    In the past few years, the Family Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey has employed the Custody Neutral Assessment program. This procedure is ...

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  • May I Contest Paternity During My New Jersey Divorce?

    If after years of raising a child as his own, a father believes that he is not actually the child’s biological father, he is entitled to request ...

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  • A Closer Look At How New Jersey Family Courts Address The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act

    The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, more commonly known as the UCCJEA , has been around since 1997. It was adopted by ...

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  • In New Jersey, If I Have Overpaid Child Support, May I Receive A Retroactive Credit?

    One basis for reduction in New Jersey child support is the occurrence of a change in financial circumstances of either party. Accordingly, clients who ...

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  • May I Contest My New Jersey Divorce If I Settle On The Day Of Trial?

    No, unless pursuant to New Jersey’s Rules of Court ( 4:50-1 ) your lawyer can prove to a judge of a New Jersey Family Court, including but not limited ...

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