Calculating Alimony In New Jersey
The thought of supporting two households on the same income you had while married might be terrifying. Our lawyers at Weisberg & Klauber, LLC, are here to help.
There are a host of factors judges in New Jersey will consider when determining spousal support as a marriage ends, such as: the length of the marriage, age, need, health, skills, how long an individual has been absent from the career world and his or her ability to earn an income. If children are involved, the court will also look at the custodial responsibilities of each parent, and the history of child care responsibilities that may have hurt an individual’s ability to be in the job market.
Skilled Negotiation That Can Pay Off For Our Clients
Our divorce attorney’s 30 years of practice mean he is a highly skilled negotiator. If you have a change in circumstances that hurts your ability to pay spousal maintenance, or if you believe your spouse’s circumstances have changed, we can help find the best possible arguments for a modification. We have experience crafting alimony payments for these situations.
Contact Weisberg & Klauber, LLC, For Compassionate Representation
We can help you through this emotional time and work toward the outcome you desire. We are client-focused, always considering your emotions, but our sound legal advice can help you consider matters from a different perspective.
We have offices in Ocean Township and New Brunswick.