New Jersey Attorney Discusses Ex-Spouse Not Paying Court-Ordered Alimony

New Jersey Attorney Discusses Ex-Spouse Not Paying Court-Ordered Alimony

New Jersey Attorney Discusses Ex-Spouse Not Paying Court-Ordered Alimony  As an experienced New Jersey Attorney I have dealt with situations where the ex-spouse is not paying the court-ordered alimony. In New Jersey, when one party fails to abide by an alimony order, in other words, that party does not comply in making the payments that…

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Changing a Prenup After Signing

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Changing a Prenup After Signing

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Changing a Prenup After Signing  As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer I am often asked about changing prenuptial agreements. In New Jersey, where one has already entered into either a prenuptial agreement or a post marital agreement and they want to change the terms of that agreement, generally the…

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Calculating Alimony Payments

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Calculating Alimony Payments

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Calculating Alimony Payments  As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney I am often asked about the calculation of alimony payments. Generally speaking, we’re told that there’s no specific formula for alimony, but usually the judge will take a third of the difference between the parties and use that as a starting…

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New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses Splitting the Costs of College

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses Splitting the Costs of College As an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney, I am often asked what to do when it comes to college costs when you are co parenting children.  In New Jersey, the laws concerning contribution for college depend on several circumstances, mainly the respective incomes…

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New Jersey Divorce Attorney Explains How to Determine Division of Assets

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Explains How to Determine Division of Assets As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney, I am often asked how division of the marital assets are determined.  Assets that are acquired during the course of the marriage are generally to be treated as 50-50. But, It doesn’t have to be 50-50. New Jersey…