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  • “I Lost My Job During My New Jersey Divorce. Now What?”
    “I Lost My Job During My New Jersey Divorce. Now What?”

    New Jersey’s unemployment rate was recently calculated to be 7.4 percent - one of the highest in the country. Job loss is one of the more trying situations to grapple with in a New Jersey divorce, ...

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  • New Jersey Allows Alimony Savings Component in Divorce of Frugal Couple
    New Jersey Allows Alimony Savings Component in Divorce of Frugal Couple

    Every family has different spending and savings habits. Some spend every cent almost as soon as it comes in. Others have the means and will to sock much of it away. Most fall somewhere in between. But ...

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  • A Second Act: Impact of Remarriage, Second Family on Existing Child Support, Alimony in New Jersey
    A Second Act: Impact of Remarriage, Second Family on Existing Child Support, Alimony in New Jersey

    New Jersey divorce, child support and alimony orders are often the result of careful and extensive negotiations. But what happens if a former spouse remarries? What if they have more children? Child ...

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  • Why New Jersey Divorce Lawyers Use Life Insurance to Secure Alimony Payments
    Why New Jersey Divorce Lawyers Use Life Insurance to Secure Alimony Payments

    Most New Jersey divorce agreements that involve spousal support and/or child support also require a life insurance policy to secure this obligation. The simple reason for this is that it’s a ...

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  • How Do I Know if I Should Ask for Alimony?
    How Do I Know if I Should Ask for Alimony?

    Divorce is inevitably going to have an economic impact on those involved. Alimony exists to limit any unfair economic impact by providing support to the spouse who either doesn’t earn a wage or whose ...

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  • Terminating Alimony When Your Ex Finds New Love
    Terminating Alimony When Your Ex Finds New Love

    New Jersey divorce law allows for alimony to be paid during and after divorce by a supporting spouse to a dependent spouse when the latter is unable to meet their own needs without financial ...

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