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Blog Posts in 2014

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  • Some Good News: Prior Alimony Orders Remain Undisturbed In New Jersey
    Some Good News: Prior Alimony Orders Remain Undisturbed In New Jersey

    In the midst of the media storm surrounding efforts to reform alimony in New Jersey, it is difficult to wade through the information and know what is accurate and what is typical reporting. It is ...

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  • Not Getting Everything You Want: Why The New Alimony Bill Caused Quite A Stir
    Not Getting Everything You Want: Why The New Alimony Bill Caused Quite A Stir

    paid in New Jersey, there were more questions than answers. Payers and recipients both wondered if their cases would be impacted, and if so, to what degree? Some of the results seem the same as before ...

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  • How Judges Can Now Handle The New Radical Alimony Reform Bill
    How Judges Can Now Handle The New Radical Alimony Reform Bill

    The Judge is the person that makes key decisions in your case. So it is vital he or she properly applies the law to the facts of your case. A misstep in legal application can lead to incorrect and ...

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  • Why
    Why "Permanent" Spousal Support Was Never Feasible In New Jersey

    When you get divorced one of the most important things on your mind is your financial future. Standing on solid financial ground is essential if you are to move forward in a positive way after your ...

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  • An Eye-Opening Review of New Jersey's New Alimony Law Reform
    An Eye-Opening Review of New Jersey's New Alimony Law Reform

    It's an earth-shattering and monumental change when it comes to divorce law, but here it is: New Jersey now sees a change in alimony law that could drastically change case dynamics, especially if ...

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  • The Specific Ramifications of Defaulting on Your Divorce Proceedings
    The Specific Ramifications of Defaulting on Your Divorce Proceedings

    Consider the prospect of a basketball game, and you're taking the ball out. You have a particular time limit to do that, and if you go beyond it, it's considered a foul. You have to give up the ball. ...

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