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

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

How New Jersey Courts Determine Alimony Settlements

In New Jersey, child support determinations are made using a set formula. The same is not true, however, of alimony and spousal support. Alimony instead varies on a case-by-case basis, with courts arriving at awards determinations from a list of factors. New Jersey’s Alimony Statute  N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23 is the specific document which spells out the factors to be considered for alimony settlements in divorce cases. It names several " exceptional circumstances" which impact both…Read More

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