How to terminate alimony in New Jersey
There are a number of ways to terminate alimony in New Jersey. A partial list of ways to terminate alimony include:
-loss of income
-increase of income for the supported spouse
-vacating the property settlement agreement
-remarriage of the supported spouse
You can be sure that your former spouse will do everything he or she can to fight against any motion to terminate your NJ alimony obligation. That is why you need a team of tough, smart lawyers on your side that will file a hard hitting motion on your half. You just can’t file a motion and hope for the best. These motions have to be prepared carefully sometimes even months in advance. Before you do anything, call our NJ alimony termination lawyers at 1-855-9-JEFLAW to discuss your case for free.