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New Jersey Alimony Reform
New Jersey Alimony Reform

Traditional alimony awards For years, judges in New Jersey have awarded alimony to parties in a divorce to reimburse for economic and non-economic contributions to the marriage. Alimony was also often awarded to compensate for domestic services and to reflect the true idea ...

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Blog posts in June, 2015

  • New Jersey Alimony Laws Are Not Retroactive Before September 2014

    Timing is everything. Divorce law is constantly evolving in the State of New Jersey, especially with respect to alimony. The attorneys at my divorce ...

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  • How Does the Innocent-Spouse Rule Affect My New Jersey Divorce?

    The innocent-spouse rule has come into play numerous times during my career as a divorce lawyer here in the state of New Jersey. This issue typically ...

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  • New Jersey Alimony Guidelines

    Unlike child support where there is a set guideline, an algorithm, which uses the income of both parties and a number of other factors, alimony is ...

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  • New Jersey Alimony and Spousal Support Lawyer

    If you live in New Jersey and are getting a divorce, alimony is probably on your mind. Whether you think you are going to receive it, or have to pay ...

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  • My Child is Emancipated, But I Am Still Paying New Jersey Child Support. Is There Any Way I Can Get Some Of The Money I Now Overpaid Back?

    A common issue that I routinely experience as a New Jersey child support attorney is the termination of one’s child support obligation when they ...

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  • Must New Jersey Child Support Guidelines Always Be Used To Determine How Much Should Be Paid?

    No. Following please find how child support lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm handle this common question from our clients. History ...

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