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How Does A Long Separation Affect My Divorce In New Jersey?
How Does A Long Separation Affect My Divorce In New Jersey?

A long separation period before filing for divorce does not mean that the marriage has been legally terminated. The divorce lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm understand that under New Jersey divorce law that the date of the filing of the Complaint for ...

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Blog posts in Alimony

  • If Alimony (or Child Support) Is Not Paid, May I Receive Attorneys Fees?

    New Jersey courts place the utmost importance on child support and alimony. Alimony is about support and standard of living. It involves the quality ...

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  • Does Life Insurance Pay For Alimony If The Payer Dies?

    Alimony is intended in to support ex-spouses living separate and apart, typically after they are divorced. As a divorce attorney here in Middlesex ...

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  • How Cohabitation Has Changed Under New Jersey’s New Alimony Law; A Case Study

    As I have expressed in the past, in my 20 years as a divorce attorney I have always believed New Jersey’s Alimony laws used to be very unfair with ...

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  • How Do I Have My Alimony Lowered In New Jersey?

    Your attorney must prove to a Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey that a significant and likely permanent change in your situation dictate that ...

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  • Do I Still Have To Pay Alimony If I Go To Jail?

    Probably not, but like most divorce laws, nothing is black and white. As a seasoned divorce attorney I have filed many motions to terminate or modify ...

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  • Discontinuing Alimony in Monmouth County

    After a divorce, there are many changes to a person’s life, emotionally, financially and in how their family is structured. One important change that ...

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  • Determining Alimony in New Jersey

    Getting a divorce is not an easy decision. The process can be overwhelming enough, without having to consider the logistics of it. One of the ...

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  • For An Increase Of Alimony Because Of A Disability What Does My Lawyer Need To Prove?

    Under New Jersey alimony law your attorney must demonstrate to a judge of the Family Part, Superior Court of New Jersey, that your disability creates ...

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  • Cohabitation Results In Less Alimony But Not Termination In New Jersey

    As the divorce attorneys at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm keep a close eye on all new cases from the New Jersey Supreme Court which analyzes ...

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