Neglecting to Pay Alimony
Is your ex-spouse neglecting to pay alimony that had previously been ordered by the court? You will need an experienced New Jersey family law attorney to make sure that the order is enforced, and your rights are protected. Contact our office today to schedule a free case review and consult with our dedicated and well-practiced attorneys.
Neglecting to Pay Alimony | Spousal Maintenance
One of the questions that is certain to come up in a divorce consultation addresses the issue of alimony. Alimony will generally be awarded when one spouse earns significantly more than the other. The court will consider several factors when determining an arrangement. Among them are length of the marriage, marital lifestyle, and ages of the parties. All of these factors and more will be taken into consideration.
Neglecting to Pay Alimony | What to Do
What will happen if you or your ex-spouse decides to stop paying court-ordered alimony payments? If this happens, the receiving spouse is required to file a motion that will enforce payment. The non-paying party could be placed in jail or have their driver’s license suspended for failure to pay.
Neglecting to Pay Alimony | Am I Entitled to Receive Alimony?
Alimony is dependent on the income of each party. Having young children in a marriage will greatly influence alimony. Basically, every case will be different in regards to alimony. If you are having any issues with alimony, please contact experienced New Jersey family law attorney Brian Freeman today for legal aid. Our office also offers a free initial consultation.