Alimony & Spousal Support Attorney in Cherry Hill, NJ
Spousal support, or alimony, is the issue of a spouse providing monetary or economic support to their former spouse. In New Jersey, there is no clear formula for determining the amount of spousal support that a party is entitled to from their former spouse. To protect your rights and assets, you need an experienced family law attorney on your side.
How Is Alimony Determined In New Jersey?
Alimony can be awarded to a husband or wife for any number of reasons. Qualifications for alimony typically include their age, their ability to earn income, the disparity in income between the two parties, and of course, the length of their marriage. Our divorce attorney strives to provide the fairest result for our clients as quickly as possible.
3 Types Of Alimony In New Jersey
- Limited-term (temporary) — Payments are made for a fixed period of time during the divorce process.
- Open Durational — Payments continue indefinitely until the recipient or payer passes away or there is a change in circumstances such as retirement or disability of the payer.
- Rehabilitative — Payments continue until the recipient has been given an opportunity to obtain educational and/or work experience so as to be able to support him or herself.
Reliable & Experienced Alimony Attorney In South Jersey
You can be sure that attorney Jeffrey S. Karl has your very best interests at heart. He has been practicing law in New Jersey for over 40 years and offers exceptional family law services including divorce, child custody, visitations, and alimony. Jeffrey S. Karl can protect your rights and assets.
Attorney Jeffrey S. Karl represents clients in Camden County, Burlington County, Gloucester County, and throughout South Jersey. Contact him today at 856-486-0707. He offers a no obligation, free initial consultation.