Experienced Bergen County Alimony Attorneys
Our New Jersey Divorce Lawyers Can Protect Your Interests
There are many cases where spouses go through a
divorce, and one spouse who was not the breadwinner during the duration of the
marriage struggles to find gainful employment to meet their financial
requirements. In these situations, the other spouse who has sufficient
income may be required to make alimony payments to the other for an indefinite
period of time until they are able to provide for themselves. Learn more
about whether alimony may be required in your divorce by calling Moskowitz
Law Group, LLC. We can review your case and explore your options with you.
Talk to our Bergen County alimony lawyers to discuss your case: (201) 419-6223.
Diligently Advocating on Your Behalf
If you believe you are entitled to collect these alimony payments, then
it is important for you to know that you may take legal action if you
are not receiving them. If you are required to make alimony payments,
but believe that your ex-spouse is cheating the system by remaining unemployed,
or deliberately denying a promotion to continue to collect payments from
you, then you may take legal action to correct the situation.
Actions that could be considered cheating the alimony system may include:
- Remaining part-time employed
- Denying a promotion with larger pay
- Failing to seek employment
- Denying a job offer
If you are not receiving the alimony payments you deserve, or if you believe
that you are being taken advantage of, then do not hesitate to seek the
representation of a Bergen County divorce attorney from Moskowitz Law
Group, LLC. Our firm understands the severity of your case, and you can
be sure that we will work to ensure that your rights are upheld, and that
you are able to pursue the future that you need.
Discuss Your Case for Free: (201) 419-6223
We offer a
FREE case evaluation so that you may obtain legal advice and information regarding your situation
without any financial obligation or commitment on your part.
Contact our office today to discuss your alimony situation and to begin pursuing the results
that you need.
Results May Vary Depending On Your Particular Facts and Legal Circumstances