Alimony Attorneys in Edison, NJ
Securing Fair Spousal Support Payments for Clients throughout New Jersey
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 75+ years of combined experience in the field of family law, our Edison lawyers are skilled at negotiating and representing cases involving alimony payments.
At NJ Divorce Solutions, we work aggressively to protect our clients' rights and best interests at all times and to ensure your needs are being met. Contact us today to learn more.
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 Edison alimony lawyer who can explain the way 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:
- 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
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 if there is a great disparity in earning abilities, there may be a chance to petition for alimony. Regardless of the exact circumstances you are facing, having a skilled Edison alimony attorney on your side is essential to the success of your case.
Contact us today at (732) 479-4711 to request a case consultation to discuss your situation with a skilled alimony lawyer in Edison. We serve those throughout Middlesex county.