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Securing Fair Spousal Support Payments for Clients in Edison and All of Middlesex County, New Jersey

Navigating alimony within the realm of divorce and family law can be a challenging endeavor. In the State of New Jersey, alimony holds a significant role in ensuring the financial stability and well-being of divorcing spouses. When facing these issues, a skilled professional can help simplify the process. This is where New Jersey alimony lawyers come into play – your dedicated partners in securing your alimony rights and safeguarding your future.

When it comes to divorce cases, matters having to do with money are often the most highly contested. Whether you have been asked to pay alimony or you believe you deserve to receive payments, our firm is here to assist you. With years of combined experience in family law, our Woodbridge Township lawyers are skilled at negotiating and representing cases involving alimony payments.

Contact Netsquire today to schedule your initial consultation.

Understanding Alimony in New Jersey

Alimony, also referred to as spousal support, plays a vital role in New Jersey divorce proceedings. This financial arrangement aims to maintain a similar standard of living post-marriage. New Jersey recognizes various types of alimony, such as open durational, limited duration, rehabilitative, and reimbursement alimony. The calculation considers factors like length of marriage, income, health, and contributions.

Our experienced New Jersey alimony lawyers comprehend alimony in NJ, ensuring tailored strategies for your situation. Whether negotiating pendente lite alimony or presenting a case for open durational alimony in court, we’re equipped to guide you through the complexities of alimony law in New Jersey.

How Is Alimony Calculated in NJ?

Most clients make the mistake of assuming that the process seems simple enough. Some even think that the spouse with more money automatically has to pay the spouse who earns or has less. However, alimony is complex and should be navigated by an experienced Woodbridge Township alimony attorney who can explain how the process works. Over the past few years, New Jersey has made a few changes to the law to protect both parties from being taken advantage of.

Alimony is typically calculated by the following factors:

  • The ability of each spouse to hold a job and earn money
  • If either spouse is disabled or suffers from a medical condition
  • How much income each spouse currently makes
  • The length of the marriage
  • The marital standard of living
  • The health of the parties
  • The ages of the parties
  • The economic and non-economic contributions by either spouse

If you need help calculating alimony, our law firm can guide you.

Why Choose New Jersey Alimony Lawyers

Selecting representation for your alimony case in New Jersey is important. Our team at Netsquire brings a deep understanding of New Jersey alimony laws to the table. With a wealth of experience in family and divorce law, we skillfully navigate the landscape of New Jersey spousal support. Whether you’re seeking guidance on rehabilitative alimony, reimbursement alimony, or any other alimony arrangement, our New Jersey alimony lawyers are ready to offer adept negotiation, compassionate advocacy, and a commitment to securing your financial well-being. Put your trust in our hands to ensure you receive alimony.

Representation for Complex Alimony Matters

In New Jersey, permanent alimony no longer exists. In its place is “open-durational” alimony for marriages of at least 20 years in length. Alimony is not mandatory in most cases. However, if one spouse is disabled and cannot work or has a significant disparity in earning abilities, there may be a chance to petition for alimony. Regardless of the exact circumstances you are facing, having a skilled Woodbridge Township family law attorney on your side is essential to the success of your case.

Contact us today to schedule your free consultation. You can rely on our office for all matters related to alimony, child custody, child support, and more.

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Full Settlement Agreement that is ready to be signed and resolves all of your issues (with one-on-one mediation if necessary)

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The filing of all documents with the court to get you divorced.

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Basic

You have no children.
You have nothing to divide.
You just want a divorce ASAP.

$3,000
FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
Includes $300 State of NJ Filing Fee
  • All divorce documents will be drafted and filed for you
  • Both parties must cooperate and sign documents when we provide them to you
  • New Jersey filing fee included
  • Access to a Private Facebook Group
  • Access to a NJ divorce attorney to ask questions
SETTLEMENT

You already have a verbal agreement on money and your children.
We’ll put it in a written, legally-binding settlement agreement for you.

$5,000
FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
Includes $300 State of NJ Filing Fee
  • You get everything in the Basic package PLUS the following:
  • A NJ licensed attorney will draft a full and comprehensive written settlement agreement that resolves all your issues
  • You will be guided through the settlement process to make sure nothing is missed!
  • Email support with a NJ attorney throughout the process
MEDIATION

You need help arriving at an agreement on your money and/or children.
We’ll mediate between you and your partner to negotiate a fair agreement.

$6,000
FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
Includes $300 State of NJ Filing Fee
  • You get everything in the Basic and Premium package PLUS the following:
  • Three hours of Mediation with a NJ licensed attorney and trained mediator over ZOOM
  • Additional mediation is $400 per hour or a flat fee of $1,000 for three additional hours.
  • Post-Mediation email support with your mediator
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Divorce In 4 Steps:

1
Protect your kids

From custody to visits to holidays, we’ll walk you through every decision you need to make in order to move on with your life while protecting your kids.

2
Handle your money

Should there be alimony? What about child support? How are your children’s expenses going to be shared? We’ll help you figure it all out.

3
Divide your stuff

We’ll help you decide how to divide your marital home, bank accounts, retirement accounts, cars, debt, and anything else you need to split up.

4
Get your divorce.

Once you create an agreement about your money, your children, and your stuff, we’ll file all your documents and make sure your divorce is done quickly and correctly.

Your Guides to a Peaceful Separation.

Most law firms don’t know how to resolve divorce. They only know how to fight – because that’s how it’s always been done.

At Netsquire, we’ve ripped up the divorce playbook to make it quicker, simpler, and drama-free. We offer online mediation and document prep services, all for one transparent, flat fee.

With a whole lot of experience under our belts—decades, in fact—we’ve given thousands of couples the nudge they needed to move past divorce and rediscover their happy place.

We’re not just attorneys. We’re your guides, allies, and advocates. We’ll navigate this journey with you, prioritizing your peace of mind and financial health along the way.

New Jersey Alimony Lawyers

Can alimony payments be modified after they've been established?

Yes, alimony payments can be modified if there’s a significant change in circumstances, such as a job loss, disability, or change in income. Our experienced New Jersey alimony lawyers can help you understand post-divorce modifications.

What's the difference between rehabilitative and open durational alimony?

Rehabilitative alimony provides temporary spousal support while the recipient spouse seeks education or training to become self-supporting. Open durational alimony, on the other hand, is often awarded in long-term marriages and doesn’t have a predetermined end date.

Why is legal representation crucial when dealing with alimony matters?

Alimony cases involve complex legal considerations and financial intricacies. Having skilled New Jersey alimony lawyers by your side ensures you handle the process effectively, negotiate fair terms, and safeguard your financial future.

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