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 to Secure Future Support After Divorce in New Jersey

Securing your interests in support, whether alimony or child support, is an important consideration during divorce negotiations. A supported spouse who counts on alimony must consider what will happen in the event that the paying spouse dies prematurely. The easiest and most used method to secure support is to agree that the paying spouse will maintain life insurance for as long as he/she has a support obligation. An experienced New…Read More

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