Are you worried about your financial situation after your divorce?
With the complexity of family law, it is important to pick an alimony attorney who will protect your rights throughout the divorce process.
Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, NJ, will fight for your best interests when alimony is in question...
What Is the Intention behind Alimony?
The purpose of alimony is not to penalize one former spouse while enriching the other. The goal is to find balance to allow both parties to live equitably for a determined period of time, in a manner similar to that during the marriage. In other words, both men and women are eligible to receive alimony payments.
This allows the lower earning spouse time to get back on their feet, easing the transition between married life to being single again and providing a way for them to become self-sufficient. In East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey, family law attorney Jeffrey W. Goldblatt can discuss options with you so that you can pursue the best possible outcome for your case.
How Is Alimony Determined?
New Jersey courts can order alimony and spousal support after a divorce. As your alimony lawyer, Mr. Goldblatt will help you understand the factors used to determine spousal support payments. He will work closely with you to decide the appropriate amount of alimony payments, how long they may be necessary, and what to expect from a court determination.
The state of New Jersey considers a variety of factors when it comes to determining how long spousal support should last and what amount should be paid. Among these are the education level of each party, their earning potential, the division of marital assets, the age of each party, child-rearing responsibilities, the duration of the marriage, the health of the parties, the standard of living established in the marriage, and any previous work experience.
It is important to note that marital fault has no impact on determining spousal support payments. This means that if a spouse has been unfaithful or if there have been instances of domestic violence, any settlement will not be affected.
The Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey will represent your best interests. As your divorce lawyer, Mr. Goldblatt will present your case to the court in a clear and concise manner in order to obtain the best possible result. For over three decades, Attorney Jeffrey W. Goldblatt and his law firm have worked tirelessly to provide family law solutions to the communities of East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey.
Child support may be warranted in a settlement, but is dependent on which co-parent has primary child custody. With a wide range of practice areas, the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey, can help address any family law concerns you may have when establishing child custody and a spousal support plan.
In determining child support, the state of New Jersey uses a formula based on a series of clearly defined inputs. Depending on the formula's application to a case, it will output a minimum amount a party should pay. However, many different factors can change the final amount.
An Alimony Lawyer with a History in Family Law
In East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey, attorney Jeffrey W. Goldblatt has a record stretching over 30 years of representing clients in a range of family law matters. Where a number of divorce lawyers specialize in only one aspect of family law, attorney Jeffrey W. Goldblatt's law firm handles all aspects of family law. Practice areas include but are not limited to: child custody, child support, and alimony. If you are looking for a law firm that can help you with family law issues, from divorce to domestic violence, the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., can help.
Contact us online, or call our East Brunswick, New Jersey, office at (732) 402-8273 to see how family law attorney Jeffrey W. Goldblatt can assist you today.
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What are the Different Types of Alimony?
The compassionate divorce lawyer at our law offices, Jeffrey W. Goldblatt, understand that when a family goes through a divorce, they deserve a solution that best suits their individual needs. When it comes to determining alimony in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey, every case is unique. There is a variety of alimony and spousal support types and the court may award any combination of these orders.
Temporary alimony is awarded to unemployed or low-earning spouses to help cover living expenses during divorce proceedings.
Limited duration alimony is based on financial need. It is available for as long as it takes for the spouse to become self-sufficient.
If you gave up your career or any education opportunities during a long marriage so that you could care for your family, or to further your spouse's education or career, you may be entitled to permanent alimony. The court also takes into consideration a number of factors to determine qualifications and may award other support orders deemed appropriate in addition to a permanent order.
Intended to help you get back on your feet, rehabilitative alimony is meant to provide training and education so that you can support yourself after the term of the settlement has run out.
This type of alimony comes into play when a spouse has supported the other through advanced education. Reimbursement alimony compensates the spouse who was to take part in the marital benefits of that labor, but can no longer do so not due to the divorce.
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Helping You Get a Chance at a Fresh Start
If you are going through a difficult divorce, you need a lawyer who can help you get back on track. Alimony and the spousal support payments that accompany it have long lasting consequences. No two cases are alike, so it is vital to properly prepare your case in order to argue on behalf of your best interests. With his decades of practicing family law, in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey, Jeffrey W. Goldblatt and his law firm will achieve a fair and equitable result for all parties involved.
The Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, NJ, understands the sensitive individual aspects of family law matters. Mr. Goldblatt takes the time to meet with each client in order to obtain an in-depth history of the marriage and relationship of the parties. This allows him to craft a meaningful solution to your particular case.
If there has been a significant change to the financial situation of you or your former spouse, Mr. Goldblatt can help you submit post-judgement modifications to better reflect your new circumstances.