1. 8 Things You Must Know About NJ Alimony Law

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    Some of the most common questions that I receive as a New Jersey Divorce Attorney are related to alimony.

    (If you have divorce-related questions, you should sign-up here for my Daily Dose of Divorce email course. It's free. And I think that at this point in your life, it's likely to be the best investment in yourself that you can make.) Anyway...

    Federal law changed tax related issues when it comes to alimony.

    New Jersey state law changed many other factors.

    As a result, I get a lot of questions about alimony.

    "How is alimony in NJ determined?"  

    "Are there NJ Alimony guidelines like there are NJ child support guidelines?

    Is there a New Jersey 'alimony calculator'?

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    Topics: Alimony, Divorce Court

  2. "I'll Go For Your Jugular!"

    Let me share a story with you about a recent client's not-so-unusual case. I think that you may see some similarities to what you are going through...

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  3. Calculating Alimony Pursuant to NJ Alimony Laws In The Coronavirus Age

    With the Coronavirus pandemic in full swing now, I am getting a lot of calls from people who are thinking about getting a divorce.

    (Before I tell you about alimony, let me make sure to tell you that if you are even just considering getting divorce in New Jersey, you should sign up for my Daily Dose of Divorce email course. It will really help you make the right decisions. Now, back to alimony...)

    Some of the most common questions people considering divorce ask me are related to alimony.

    "How is alimony in NJ determined?"  

    "Are there NJ Alimony guidelines like there are NJ child support guidelines, or is there some type of an 'alimony calculator'?"

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    Topics: Alimony, Divorce Court

  4. 4-Way Conferences: Productive Tool or Waste of Time and Money?

    A four-way conference is precisely what it sounds like: four people sitting around the table trying to work everything out.

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  5. What Can You Do If You Need Help From a Judge AFTER Your Divorce Ends?

    Earlier we discussed the fact that someone in a divorce case can seek help from a Judge by filing a custom-made set of papers called "a motion."

    But how can somebody who is already divorced get help from a Judge?

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  6. Exactly What Constitutes a Co-habitation That Would End Alimony?

    Does moving in together automatically end alimony for a financially-dependent ex-spouse?

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    Topics: Alimony

  7. Experiencing Betrayal Of Any Kind Is Awful

    Betrayal.

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  8. How One Client Achieved A Fair Divorce Settlement In Spite Of His Wife's Threats To "Go For The Jugular"

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  9. 8 Things You Must Know About Separation in New Jersey

    Did you know that there is no "Legal Separation" in New Jersey?

    (By the way...if you have other divorce-related questions, sign up for my Daily Dose of Divorce email course. It's the best investment you can make in yourself. And it's free.)

    Anyway...

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    Topics: Monmouth County divorce attorney

  10. When Does NJ Divorce Law Require Life Insurance?

    NJ Divorce Law usually requires a supporting parent and a supporting former spouse to maintain an appropriate amount of life insurance to fund his alimony and child support obligations in the event of his premature death.

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    Topics: Alimony, Child Support