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New Alimony Statute in New Jersey Establishes Durational Limits and Enumerates Factors for Modification and Termination of Alimony, Establishes "Open Durational" Alimony, Eliminates Permanent Alimony

Sep 16, 2014 @ 02:38 PM — by Michael Green

New Jersey has just passed a statute amending how alimony and maintenance will be adjudicated in the courts going forward.  It is one of the most significant pieces of legislation to affect divorce in the New Jersey in a very long time. NJSA 2A:34-23 establishes durational limits and enumerates factors for modification and termination of alimony, and establishes "open durational" almony, eliminating what had been called "permanent alimony." 

At Green & Associates, if you wish to modify or terminate alimony, this statute may affect you greatly.   Please contact us at Green & Associates to help you with your alimony concerns, we have substantial experience in filing motions to modify or terminate alimony, and we can help you at this time.

Call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation on your motion for modification or termination of alimony.

 

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