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.