Perhaps the most divisive issue in any divorce, the issue of alimony and spousal support can be complex and an emotionally charged issue for both parties. More importantly, the issue of alimony or pendente lite support while a case is pending can mean the difference between financial crisis or financial independence.
In New Jersey, recent statutory changes have greatly affected and modified the substantive area of law regarding alimony and support.
As a consequence, the determination of an appropriate alimony obligation in any case requires significant experience in the analysis of marital budgets, sophisticated knowledge of the applicable statutory factors and current case law that will be taken into consideration by the Court in your matter, and extensive experience in negotiation of alimony obligations across a wide spectrum of wage earners and/or self-employed parties.
The attorneys at Altman, Legband & Mayrides possess the knowledge, experience, and financial acumen to help you navigate through this complex and emotional process in order to determine the appropriate alimony obligation in your matter.