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Princeton Based Greater Central NJ Alimony Attorneys

Properly calculated alimony can be critical to the financial success of both spouses’ households following a divorce. It can be temptation during a divorce to shortchange negotiating things like alimony in an effort to try and streamline the process. Many people become overwhelmed and believe their anxieties will be resolved if they forego serious discussion on issues that their spouse may be rejecting, such as alimony, despite the critical value and necessity that alimony plays to the post-divorce stability of both parties’ households.

To successfully enter the next chapter of your life, you need to ensure that alimony is a part of the discussion in your divorce. Alimony is not appropriate in all cases, but when it is applicable, it is often indispensable towards ensuring that the supported spouse can sustain a lifestyle post-divorce that is reasonably commensurate with the marital lifestyle.

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The court will look at a number of factors to determine if alimony is appropriate in your case and, if so:

• What form your alimony would take.
• What amount of alimony you would receive.
• How long would you should receive alimony.

Helping Individuals and Families Secure Appropriate Child Support

At Law Offices of W.S. Gerald Skey, we can help ensure that any determination on alimony will reflect the reality of your marriage, your and your family’s current and future needs. With more than 40 years of combined family law experience, we are able to help our clients build solid foundations that allow them to move on and be successful with their life after divorce.

We will look at factors such as the duration of the marriage, the lifestyle maintained during the marriage and the resources available to build a strong case before the court.


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