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 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

NJ Judge Addresses Pendente Lite Alimony When Neither Party Can Maintain Marital Lifestyle

Many divorcing couples expect to deal with issues of alimony during their divorce, as the respective parties work toward an arrangement that allows both spouses to maintain a standard of living similar to that which they enjoyed during their marriage. Unfortunately, the stark reality can hit hard when the expenses double and the combined family income remains the same. This financial strain can be further compounded when one spouse request…Read More

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