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Open Durational Alimony in New Jersey
Open Durational Alimony in New Jersey

Following the determination of an alimony amount, the courts determine who the payor is, and how long they will be expected to pay. After an alimony duration is set, there are situations that are considered exceptional by the court that may adjust the alimony duration. ...

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Blog posts in September, 2015

  • The Devil Is In The Details

    It is all in the details. During the course of my career as a family law attorney I have witnessed first- hand, I am keenly aware of the importance ...

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  • New Jersey Same Sex (or Gay) Couples May Legally Divorce Based Upon Irreconcilable Differences

    During my 20 years career as a divorce and family lawyer, I have closely watched the progression of gay marriage here in New Jersey. As my law firm ...

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  • New Jersey Permanent Child Support

    Child support can be a contentious issue in divorce cases. However, many people do not realize that there are also New Jersey permanent child support ...

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  • Payment of College-Expenses for a Divorced Child in New Jersey; Yet Another Controversial Case

    As a divorce lawyer who owns a busy law firm, I am well aware that here in New Jersey a red hot topic has been the fact that divorced parents are ...

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  • In New Jersey, Grandparents Should Have Their, "Day In Court" When They Seek Visitation With Their Grandchildren.

    It is common for divorced or "split-up" parents to have disagreements regarding parenting time rights . However as an experienced New Jersey child ...

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  • New Jersey Modification of Visitation

    The time you have with your children is limited because they only remain children for so long. If on top of that, you have other limitations because ...

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