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

Open Duration Alimony: Understanding NJ’s 2014 Change to Permanent Alimony Laws

For many years prior to 2014, people receiving "permanent alimony" payments would often be shocked to learn that they weren't actually "permanent", and that this type of alimony was still subject to alimony modifications and termination given certain conditions were met. This is why New Jersey's 2014 Alimony Reform Act changed the name of "permanent alimony" to that of "open duration alimony", and also changed how and when this type…Read More

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