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September 2017 Archives

Reducing alimony payments based on change in income

For many New Jersey couples, determining the appropriate level of spousal support is a primary focus during the divorce process. Alimony is determined based on a number of factors, including the income and assets of both parties, as well as the duration of the marriage and other circumstances specific to the couple. Once an alimony payment amount and schedule has been determined, modifying those terms can be an uphill battle.

Disputes over back-to-school costs

With the new school year in full swing, divorced and separated parents may have already survived the annual financial crush of back-to-school shopping. But it is not surprising when parents in these situations to feel overwhelmed with the costs of extracurricular activities and after school care. After all, some parents are trying to make ends meet with fewer resources, either because support motions are still pending or other financial issues reduce the amount of money available to spend.

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