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Alimony might not be the best focus in late life divorce

As they near the end of a lengthy marriage, many New Jersey residents focus on negotiating spousal support. While alimony may be an important part of addressing financial needs after a divorce, older spouses may want to think about other options when it comes to working out the financial details. That's because alimony is only a viable option while the paying spouse is still alive, while certain other assets could continue to bring in income regardless of the lifespan of one's soon-to-be ex. 

Adhere to prenup to simplify a high asset divorce

Many New Jersey residents consider prenuptial agreements to be static, one-time documents that are drafted, signed and subsequently stored away, hopefully never to be needed. In reality, the decisions a spouse makes throughout his or her marriage can have a huge impact on whether a prenup can be called into action in the event of a high asset divorce. If the wrong choices are made, the document may be at risk of being thrown out of court. 

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