The Facts You Need About New Jersey Alimony Law
If you are a divorcing spouse, and you are unclear as to the factors that courts examine when determining temporary or long term alimony responsibilities, the facts you need – and the guidance you deserve – are waiting for you right now at Mullen Law, LLC in Cherry Hill. In addition, the 2014 Amendment to the alimony statute may have a profound effect on your matter.
Spousal support is desperately needed by former wives and husbands classified as custodial parents of children of divorce. Your legal rights may need to be aggressively defended in any discussion of alimony. Our experienced family law attorneys work hard to safeguard those interests every day.
After a divorce is final, financial obligations may be overlooked, resulting in a court-ordered enforcement of support provisions in a settlement agreement. A lost job, serious injury requiring hospitalization, or some other sudden, substantial change in circumstance may call for a modification of support payment amounts. In either case, we can help with openness to your ideas and thoughtful recommendations that get results.
A Practical, Honest Approach To Solving Your Divorce Issues
Our attorneys are always careful to stay abreast of any revisions to divorce and family law statutes. We have the facts you need about changes to our state alimony law and cohabitation laws as they affect alimony. You not only may be able to go to court sooner now, if you need to, but factors such as unemployment and a new presumptive retirement age are factors as well. For example, many clients ask, “Can I retire in six months?” Payers of child support attempting to conclude financial obligations are impacted as well, when children pass the age of 19.
At this critical time in your life, selecting the right divorce lawyer can make a significant difference in your ability to move forward, to the future, with strength and confidence. We have steered individuals, couples and families to brighter futures for more than 30 years. We are well respected for a practical, honest approach to solving family law issues. Call today for an initial consultation: 856-375-1136. We always respond promptly to email messages.