New Jersey Divorce Attorneys on Long-Term Alimony
Long-Term Alimony Questions
Alimony, also known as spousal support, is an issue in some divorces. When it is ordered, it is determined in a case-specific manner that considers the incomes and earning potential of both parties, the duration of the marriage, the standard of living established during the marriage, and numerous other factors. In some cases, alimony is ordered for a finite period of time, and in others, it is ordered on a more permanent basis.
Alimony Mysteries, Myths And Misnomers: Long-Term Alimony?
Sometimes divorcing people ask about the possibility of permanent alimony, long-term alimony or lifetime alimony, often because they are interested in having a permanent source of income or because they believe they are entitled to uphold the same standard of living they had during their marriage. Perhaps you are the one concerned about paying permanent alimony.
There are numerous myths and misunderstandings about permanent alimony. As your New Jersey alimony lawyers, we will give you honest, practical advice about your situation with regard to alimony, whether you expect to receive it or pay it.
Temporary And Permanent Alimony Attorney Serving Ridgewood, Hackensack And Saddle River
Alimony trends in New Jersey are changing constantly. At Schultz & Associates, LLC, our New Jersey alimony lawyers can evaluate the details of your situation and help you understand what type of alimony you may be entitled to receive or ordered to pay. We can answer your questions about:
- Spouses who can obtain education to become self-supporting
- Alimony and business assets
- Two-income families in which one spouse earns far more than the other spouse
- Equitable distribution and property division
- High-asset divorce and the divorce process
Contact our New Jersey Alimony Lawyers to Schedule a Consultation
Contact us to schedule a consultation with our experienced New Jersey alimony lawyers. We will be happy to sit down with you, answer your questions about divorce and alimony, and help you develop a strategy to address your concerns.