What Happens if My Former Spouse is Refusing to Pay Alimony in NJ?

There are few things more important after a divorce than receiving the alimony payments to which you are entitled. If your former spouse is currently refusing to pay alimony, you most likely have a lot on your mind. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about how we can assist you. Here are some of the questions you may have: What…Read More

Can I Receive Alimony if I Was Never Married to My Partner in NJ?

As you know, you do not need to be married to have a strong and lasting relationship with another person. In fact, many people simply choose to avoid marriage altogether, though this does not change the fact that they consider each other life partners, that they live together, and that they share many of the same assets, even opening bank accounts together, etc. For this reason, when such a couple's…Read More

What Happens if My Ex Refuses to Pay Alimony in New Jersey?

Alimony is designed to help financially dependent spouses get their financial situation back on track after a divorce. If you were awarded alimony payments, though your ex is now refusing to make those payments, there is a very good chance you are now looking at your legal options going forward. Please continue reading and speak with our seasoned Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about how we can help…Read More

Does Spousal Support End When I Retire in New Jersey?

Alimony (also known as spousal support) is one of the most hotly-contested family law issues. Alimony is not intended to be a permanent agreement, which is why, oftentimes, after the supporting spouse retires, he or she will begin looking into whether he or she can cease making alimony payments. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about whether spousal support ends…Read More

How Cohabitation May Affect Alimony in New Jersey

In today's day and age, couples are not strictly limited to marriage. Oftentimes, life partners will seek alternatives to marriage. One of those alternatives is cohabitation. New Jersey law defines cohabitation as follows: “A mutually supportive, intimate personal relationship in which a couple has undertaken duties and privileges that are commonly associated with marriage or civil union but does not necessarily maintain a single common household.” That being said, if…Read More

What You Need to Know About Modifying Alimony Payments in New Jersey

After a divorce, alimony terms are often agreed upon so that the financially dependent spouse can maintain his or her standard of living. However, in the months or years after a marriage, circumstances change and warrant a modification to alimony payments as well. Please read on and speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorneys today to learn more. What warrants an increase in alimony payments in New Jersey?…Read More

What You Need to Know About Alimony in New Jersey

When couples get divorced, the financially dependent spouse is often left wondering whether he or she will be able to take care of him or herself without the additional financial support. That is why New Jersey courts generally offer alimony to these spouses. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about alimony and how our firm can help you receive…Read More

Can I Modify My Divorce Terms During COVID-19?

In the wake of the new coronavirus, more and more people have undergone significant changes to their everyday lives, whether it be losing employment, contracting the virus, or otherwise. Fortunately, though times are difficult, in many cases, you can still change certain divorce terms, such as alimony or child support terms (even temporarily, if need be). Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys…Read More

Why You Should Never Talk About Your Ex On Social Media

With the new coronavirus become a central topic in our daily lives, and with many of us now being ordered to stay inside, social media usage will most likely see a huge uptick in the weeks or months to come. This is why we feel it is prudent to discuss how what you do on social media can drastically impact your divorce if you are going through one, or even…Read More

Can I Modify Divorce Terms After They’ve Been Decided in Court?

As we move through life, things gradually--and sometimes suddenly--change. Though we can’t predict how and to what extent, we can almost certainly guarantee that life will change. That is why in many cases, former spouses may require a revision of divorce terms settled years, or even months ago. If you are someone who is looking to request a post-divorce modification, you must continue reading and reach out to our experienced…Read More

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