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The Five Types of Alimony in New Jersey

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Spousal support, and specifically the nature and purpose of spousal support, is one of the most hotly-debated family law topics of our day. Some advocates believe these payments should help obligees become economically self-sufficient, and that’s it. Others think alimony should permanently equalize the standard of living between the former spouses. For the most… Read More »

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NJ Alimony Law Update [2019]

By Katherine K. Wagner |

As an experienced Somerset County, NJ alimony law attorney I have had to keep up with recent changes in New Jersey alimony statutes. If you are contemplating getting divorced, are in the process of getting divorced, or are the recipient or the payor of alimony in NJ, you need to read on – there… Read More »

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How long does it take to get divorced in New Jersey?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

How long does a divorce take in NJ? The length of a divorce is not set in stone by any rule or law. Spouses who remain civil and mutually agree on how to divide their assets before filing can finish their divorce as quickly as the courts can process a divorce petition. If you… Read More »

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Alimony in NJ: What You Should Know

By Katherine K. Wagner |

A Guide to Alimony in NJ Questions or concerns about alimony? Call NJ divorce lawyer Katherine K. Wagner at 908-526-0099 for a consultation. What Is Alimony? In its simplest form, alimony is money paid by one spouse to another after a divorce. It’s also commonly known as spousal support. There are two main reasons… Read More »

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What Did the 2017 NJ Child Support Law Change?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

The February 2017 Termination of Child Support Law in New Jersey New Jersey’s newest child support law, S-1046/A-2721, went into effect on February 1, 2017. This law was signed by Governor Chris Christie in January 2016 and allows for early termination of some New Jersey child support agreements. It is important for everyone paying… Read More »

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