Experience & Expertise in Complex NJ Alimony Cases
Expert Counsel In Matters of Spousal Support & Alimony
Under New Jersey law, the financially dependent spouse may be entitled to financial support referred to as alimony. Resolving alimony can be one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce, as the parties often have differing opinions about the appropriate amount and duration of alimony.
The level of alimony is determined by a number of specific factors as applied to the unique circumstances of each case. Having an experienced, detail-oriented family law attorney is critical to the successful navigation of New Jersey alimony case law and statutes. The Family Law Offices of Megan S. Murray has extensive experience handling high-complexity alimony issues and will work tirelessly to ensure the most favorable resolution of your matter based on the unique facts of your case.
ALIMONY & SPOUSAL SUPPORT
How Is the Amount And Duration Of Spousal Support Determined?
In deciding alimony, the court will consider the following 14 statutory factors: