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Category Archives: Alimony

When Does Child and Medical Support End in NJ?

Child Support Attorneys Discuss ChildrenĀ“s Rights and Emancipation Issues helping clients in Woodland Park and across Passaic County It is a common belief that children who receive child support from a non-custodial parent are automatically emancipated at the age of 18 and thus relieve the parent who pays of any responsibility for future payments. However,… Read More

Why You Need a Passaic County Divorce Attorney

Passaic County Family Lawyers handling Divorce Cases in Woodland Park, Wayne, Paterson and across Northern New Jersey for Decades Many people have the misconception that divorce attorneys just make divorces more complicated and expensive. They fight for things that you don’t really care about, and charge a lot of money to do so. While there… Read More

Reducing Alimony Payments Before You Retire in New Jersey

There are many different cases when it is in an alimony payor’s best interest to seek a modification of their alimony payments. In general, alimony modifications can only be pursued when there is a change in circumstance which would warrant a modification, for example loss of employment, or an injury or illness which would affect… Read More

Temporary Alimony; Financial Support During Divorce

One critical component of many divorce settlement agreements is that of alimony, also known as spousal support. Designed to help parties who relied on financial support during a marriage to continue to meet financial obligations after their divorce, and in many cases to pursue job-training and further education, alimony can often be one of the… Read More

Woodland Park Attorneys Discuss Cohabitation Agreements

In New Jersey today more and more couples are choosing to forego traditional marriage and instead live together in a marriage-style situation. Often this does not represent a lack of love and affection but a personal choice between two individuals or disillusionment with traditional marriage and the possibility of divorce. However, cohabitation does not allow… Read More

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