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So New Jersey Alimony Has Recently Changed, But What About This Thing Called Palimony?
So New Jersey Alimony Has Recently Changed, But What About This Thing Called Palimony?

Many people are aware of or have heard something about the recent revisions made to New Jersey’s alimony laws. Most people however are not aware of the term called “palimony” or the recent developments surrounding same. In today’s society more and more people are living ...

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Blog posts in September, 2014

  • What Is The New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act?

    Just last week, Governor Chris Christie signed into law amendments that drastically alter New Jersey alimony laws. As alimony is always red-hot issue ...

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  • May Dissolution Of A Domestic Partnership Be Handled In Mediation and/or Arbitration?

    Yes. When a domestic partnership reaches the end stage of the relationship, the domestic partnership is dissolved at the Family Part of the Superior ...

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  • May Child Support Be Based Upon My Previous Past Employment and Earnings?

    Yes. Your traditional income may be imputed upon you by a judge of the Family Part, Middlesex County, New Jersey for purposes of calculating child ...

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  • What are the Changes to New Jersey Alimony Laws? An Overview

    Last night, Governor Christie signed into law amendments that radically alters New Jersey Alimony laws. These momentous amendments are effective ...

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  • If We Both Agree, May New Jersey Child Support be Legally Waived?

    In my family law practice, I routinely come across matters where one party, or sometimes even both parties, want to forget about the issue of child ...

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  • May Alimony Be "Non-Modifiable" In New Jersey?

    Yes, if you agreed to it when you were divorced. This is also known as “anti- Lepis ” language regarding alimony in a divorce property settlement ...

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  • May A Parent Modify A Parenting Time Schedule In Order To See Their Child On All Holidays?

    When parents agree to a parenting time schedule in New Jersey, it is binding. However, experienced child custody lawyers understand that it is ...

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