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In New Jersey, alimony is generally terminated upon the remarriage of the recipient spouse. In this post we explore the exceptions to this rule.
Under the UCCJEA, the first state to issue an order relating to custody shall continue to have “continuing exclusive jurisdiction” over the matter. Learn more in this post.
In this post we cover the five things that you need to know if you are considering cohabitation post divorce and how it may affect alimony or maintenance.
New Jersey recognizes 4 different types of alimony. In this article we cover open durational, rehabilitative, limited durational, and reimbursement alimony.
It's not uncommon for clients to wonder whether they can obtain an annulment. We discuss the New Jersey statute that states the grounds to annul a marriage.