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Alimony and Spousal Support
It is possible to get through a divorce without a great impact on your finances, only if you educate yourself and take some precautions.
If you believe that you may be entitled to a payment of alimony during or after your divorce, alimony is definitely an issue that you should discuss with your lawyer.
Understanding the rules governing tax in relation to divorce will help you make the best decision during your divorce process.
Well, they would have to still pay child support because child support belongs to the child, it does not belong to the parent. So that obligation does not change but spousal support, yes, can change. In New Jersey, we do have an anti-cohabitation statute that does affect that, and interesting enough, in New Jersey, your […]
Well, both spousal support and alimony are both terms that we use to really say the same thing. In New Jersey we have four types of alimony; we have open-duration alimony and open-duration alimony was previously known as permanent alimony, we have limited-duration alimony, rehabilitative alimony, and reimbursement alimony. Open-duration alimony and limited-duration alimony […]
When people think about divorce and the next generation, finances and family wealth are often the last two things on their minds. In fact, discussing finances can be a taboo subject.
If you’re planning to divorce, you may want to hasten your proceedings to take advantage of pre-TCJA alimony tax treatment. Here’s why.
Editorial Director and Co-Founder of Divorce Magazine, Diana Shepherd, discusses how spousal support and alimony works in this podcast.