In 2014, a law was passed that had a big impact on alimony (spousal support) payments in New Jersey. Whether you are the receiver or provider of alimony, it’s important to understand the impact of these changes on your current or future alimony arrangement.
Category Archives: Alimony
Knowledgeable New Jersey Spousal Support Modifications and Enforcement Attorney
Spousal support, also commonly known as alimony, is a legal obligation one spouse has to the other to provide financial support after a divorce.
How Will Re-Marriage Impact My Alimony Order?
In New Jersey, alimony is generally terminated upon the remarriage of the recipient spouse. In this post we explore the exceptions to this rule.
5 Things you Need to Know If You’re Considering Cohabitation Post Divorce
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.
Understanding The 4 Types Of Alimony in New Jersey
New Jersey recognizes 4 different types of alimony. In this article we cover open durational, rehabilitative, limited durational, and reimbursement alimony.
Will Moving Out Of State Affect My Alimony Payments?
This ultimately depends on the circumstances surrounding your move and the terms and conditions within your marital settlement agreement (MSA).
The 14 Factors A New Jersey Court Must Consider When Awarding Alimony
In this article we cover 14 factors that A New Jersey Court uses to determine the amount of alimony that will be awarded.
Are You Liable for Alimony Payments?
When many couples go through a divorce, one of the financial considerations that will take place is whether one spouse will be responsible for paying alimony to the other. Alimony is financial support that allows the recipient spouse to maintain his or her lifestyle after the divorce. Alimony recipients are happy to get spousal support, […]
Friends With Benefits – What is Palimony?
What is Palimony in NJ? Palimony is a claim for support between parties who are not married. The New Jersey Supreme Court first recognized a claim for palimony in 1979. Nevertheless, in 2010, New Jersey enacted a new statute (N.J.S.A. 25:1-5(h)), which bars a claim for palimony unless such an agreement is made in writing […]
Calculating Alimony and Child Support in New Jersey
Divorce Attorney Steven Cytryn walks you through what you may be liable for (or entitled to) in your Central New Jersey Divorce. Speak with us to learn more