Fair Lawn Alimony Attorneys

Knowledgeable Legal Assistance for Spousal Maintenance

Alimony is a method of payment by one spouse to the other spouse after a divorce with the goal of maintaining the marital standard of living for both partners. At November & Nunnink, LLC, our diligent Fair Lawn divorce lawyer can discuss your options and help you determine an alimony settlement that provides the greatest benefit for your situation.

Call us at (201) 514-2228 for assistance from one of our dedicated attorneys.

What Do You Need to Know About Alimony in New Jersey?

There are several types of alimony available to spouses under New Jersey law. These include pedente lite alimony, which is temporary alimony awarded prior to the final judgment of divorce, and permanent alimony, where one spouse provides financial support to the other spouse over a long period of time. Rehabilitative alimony, on the other hand, is awarded for a short term and is intended to help a spouse pursue education and training to achieve greater financial stability.

Reimbursement alimony is a short-term payment process to reimburse a spouse for economic sacrifices made during the marriage. By far the most common form of alimony, however, is limited duration alimony, also called term alimony. This alimony is awarded for a set amount of time and is common in mid-length marriages. Our Fair Lawn alimony lawyers has experience dealing with a variety of alimony cases and can provide the guidance you need to make the best decision regarding your alimony settlement.

How is alimony determined in New Jersey?

  • Length of the marriage
  • Each party's earning capacity, employability, and education
  • Age of each party
  • Emotional and physical health of each party
  • Length of absence from the job market
  • Actual ability and need of each party
  • Equitable distribution and tax consequences
  • Parental responsibilities of each party

Even after the divorce is finalized, you can still make changes to your alimony arrangement by filing an application in court to prove there is a substantial change in circumstances. This may involve a major health problem, decrease in income or retirement, failure of a business, or loss of employment. At November & Nunnink, LLC, our team can analyze your situation to discuss the best options and, if necessary, take assured steps towards securing a favorable solution.

Contact us today for diligent and insightful alimony representation you can count on.

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