Monmouth County Termination of Alimony
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Whether you are considering permanent, reimbursement, rehabilitative or limited duration alimony, know that for all four categories, there are specific events that can trigger termination or modification, and our Monmouth County alimony attorneys can help you identify them.
Events that Terminate or Modify Alimony
For all four categories of alimony, termination comes upon the death of the payer, the death of the recipient or the remarriage of the recipient. Divorcing spouses may also wish to include the cohabitation of the recipient in the divorce agreement as a cause for terminating alimony.
All of these categories may be modified based upon significant permanent changes in circumstances, such as a significant permanent change in employment or income, the cohabitation of the recipient, or good faith retirement age by the payer at a normal retirement age.
New Jersey Alimony Laws Can Change. Are You Up to Date?
The laws governing alimony in New Jersey can — and do — change, from time to time. If you are not a divorce attorney, chances are, you do not know about the latest law or about pending bills in the New Jersey legislature. Nor should you be expected to know.
That is why it is very wise to keep in touch with a New Jersey divorce lawyer who does stay on top of the laws, like attorney Steven P. Monaghan.
Not Just Any Divorce Attorney. A Certified Specialist.
Attorney Monaghan is one of the few divorce attorneys in the state of New Jersey to be certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a matrimonial law specialist. He knows New Jersey divorce law and has applied it, helping his divorce clients for more than 30 years.
As the founder of the Law Office of Steven P. Monaghan, LLC, he leads the divorce attorneys who practice there. With attorney Monaghan and his fellow Monmouth County divorce attorneys, you get an experienced team that is focused on your needs as a divorcing spouse.
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If you have questions or concerns about your alimony, call us. Your initial consultation is always free.
Contact the experienced attorneys at the Law Office of Steven P. Monaghan, LLC today by calling (732) 624-6343.