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When Does Spousal Support End In New Jersey?

Posted on : January 17, 2020
After a divorce, the lesser earning spouse may have difficulty providing for themselves financially. In these cases, New Jersey judges may order alimony, also called spousal support. This payment helps lesser earning spouses learn to live independently and is not always ordered. If you’re paying alimony, when can you expect it to end?  Spousal Support […]

How To Prepare For Your Divorce Filing In New Jersey

Posted on : December 12, 2019
Organizing Ahead Of Filing For Divorce It may seem frustrating and tedious to gather all of the information and possible documentation necessary to file for a divorce, but the fact is, the sooner you get on with it, the better prepared you will be when you meet with your New Jersey divorce lawyer. Financial documents, […]

I’m Self-Employed – How Will It Affect My Divorce?

Posted on : October 30, 2019
One of the most contentious aspects of a divorce is finances. This is especially true for self-employed individuals. It’s important to make sure you’re paying extra attention to the financial aspects of your divorce if you work for yourself. Here’s what you should know.  Making Full Financial Disclosure  Whether you work for yourself or not, […]

How Is Alimony Taxed In 2019?

Posted on : August 17, 2019
Recent changes to tax laws have affected how alimony is taxed. Essentially, the move by the Trump Administration, which was sealed into law in January of this year, reverses who the tax burden falls on. Here’s what you should know about how alimony is taxed in 2019.  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — What […]

The Role Of A Forensic Accountant In A Divorce

Posted on : July 15, 2019
One of the most critical aspects of a divorce is finances, apart from child custody. Most commonly, divorces face financial issues like child support, spousal support or alimony, and property division. Working with a forensic accountant can help you ensure that your marital assets are divided fairly and equitably, but do you really need to […]