You’ve come to the right place to learn all about New Jersey Alimony Law, or what many refer to as “spousal support.”
There are few areas of a divorce that are more contentious than the subject of alimony. Let’s be perfectly honest, very few people want to hand over money to someone they are no longer married to.
That means you’ll have to fight for alimony if you’re entitled to it. And if you’re the one responsible for alimony, you’ll have to make sure you’re not overpaying.
The Alimony Law Zone has all the resources you need to learn about this important area of the law.
Feeling ambitious? Click here for the extensive spousal support and alimony law guide. Coming in at about 10,000 words you’ll be beyond well-informed when you’re done reading our guide.
Or for other articles and resources, click below on the sub-topic that interests you:
- Article: Alimony Overview (short form). If you have less time to learn today, click here for a quicker overview of alimony/spousal support.
- Podcast – Alimony and Tax. Click here to listen to our Podcast on how the Tax Reform Bill has changed alimony law to make it tax-neutral.
- Article: Alimony and Tax. Click here for an article on Tax Reform Bill and its impact on taxing alimony.
- Article: Bankruptcy and Alimony. Click here for an article to see how the filing of a bankruptcy by either party may impact alimony.
- Article: Waiving Alimony. Click here for an article on whether you or your spouse may waive alimony.
- Article: Alimony Reform Law of 2014. Click here for an article about the New Jersey Alimony Reform Law of 2014 to see how spousal support law changed in our State.
- Article: Collecting Alimony Due. Click here for an article and ideas about how to collect alimony payments.
- Article: Palimony Law. Not yet married? Click here for an article on palimony law in New Jersey.
- Article – Imputing Income for Alimony. Click here to learn about to what extent alimony may be imputed to you or your spouse if the court finds you are underemployed.
- Article – Life Insurance and Alimony. Click here to learn about the role of life insurance in protecting spousal support obligations.