Love is in the air, and wedding bells are ringing. As the New Jersey couple prepares to walk down the aisle, their thoughts are on love and building a life together. Thoughts of a high asset divorce and the need for a prenuptial agreement are often not in the forefront. Yet, this is the time when the couple needs to openly discuss their current financial picture and address the possibility of things not working out in the future.
Some say that numbers don't lie. Yet, there are times when the numbers just don't seem to add up and something just doesn't appear to be right. When it come to determining the amount of alimony that a New Jersey spouse will be responsible for paying, it may be necessary to look beyond the surface of what is reported on one's tax return.
It’s never easy going through a divorce. Even under the best of circumstances and most equitable breakups, this is a difficult experience to go through.