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A Maryland Wife Gets a Renewed Opportunity to Pursue Claim for Alimony and Attorney’s Fees

For some divorcing couples, financial matters may be the key issues in dispute. These can include many things, such as the division of assets and alimony. Some cases may also involve a request that one spouse pay the other spouse’s … Continue reading

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How Is Alimony And Cohabitation Handled Now That New Jersey Alimony Laws Have Changed?

Over the course of my career as a New Jersey divorce lawyer, the 2014 amendments to the alimony laws in our state were the most revolutionary I have ever seen. Specifically, changes were made to New Jersey alimony laws as … Continue reading

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Turning the Tables on Alimony | WNBA Star Candace Parker Pays $400K in Alimony

NBA Star Candace Parker Pays $400K in Alimony to her Former Husband Candace Parker of the Los Angeles Sparks pays NBA player, Shelden Williams, $400,000.00 for alimony in the couple’s settlement of their divorce case, according to a report from … Continue reading

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What is Alimony Recapture?

The alimony recapture rule is used by the IRS to prevent alimony payers from taking advantage of the tax deductibility of alimony. There are two things you need to know about the alimony recapture rule: Figure out if the alimony … Continue reading

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The Many and Varied and Intertwined Reasons Why Alimony and Child Support Obligations Get Revisited

In an unpublished decision in the matter of  T.M. v. R.M., A-4724-16T3 (App. Div. April 5, 2018), the Appellate Weddings rings and large bills of money Division considered a plaintiff’s appeal of the trial court’s denial of his motion to modify … Continue reading

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