Increase Alimony in New Jersey
In some New Jersey divorce cases, the person receiving alimony had to accept less alimony than they otherwise would have received because there just wasn’t enough money to go around. Some time after the divorce, the supporting spouse may experience an increase in income. As a result, the supported spouse will likely have a good claim to then file a motion to increase alimony. Any type of alimony motion must be done carefully. Our team of tough, smart family law attorneys can help you file a motion to increase alimony in any New Jersey court. Our initial consultations are free, so call our team of NJ alimony lawyers today to discuss your case.