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 are required under the order, a motion can be filed with the court to seek enforcement of that order. That can involve either the incarceration of that parent, suspension of their driver’s license or any other professional license that they have, and an order of contempt brought by the judge.
Is your ex-spouse not paying court-ordered alimony? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney Brian Freeman.