The law governing alimony is complex and has many factors, including:
- The length of the marriage
- The standard of living established during the marriage
- Each party's source(s) of income
- The impact of the custodial parent's employment on the needs of the minor children
Whether you are seeking alimony or you have been requested to pay spousal support, it is in your best interest to seek the guidance of experienced counsel. Sam protects the legal rights of his clients by diligently working to ensure their legal rights are protected and that any order or agreement for alimony is fair, equitable, and an adequate reflection of their specific needs.
- Is Permanent Alimony Still Possible?
- How is the length of an alimony award determined?
- The Alimony Factor In the Divorce Equation
- Finding Hidden Assets After Divorce
- Can a change in employment status result in a change in child support or alimony obligations?
- Social Media Impacts Divorce Proceedings
- Cohabitation may terminate or reduce alimony
- Factors That Drive Alimony Awards
- Can my alimony obligation be reduced?
- Does it matter who first files in a New Jersey Divorce proceeding?