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How Much Alimony Could You be Facing Under the New Federal Tax Law?

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How Much Alimony Could You be Facing Under the New Federal Tax Law?

Under the new federal tax law, can no longer deduct your alimony payments on your federal income tax returns. So, if you’re separated or considering divorce, it’s important to know what kind of potential alimony obligation you might be facing,

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Can you Terminate New Jersey Alimony if Your Ex is Involved in a New Romantic Relationship?

What can you do if you’re paying alimony and suspect your ex is in a new romantic relationship? Your ex might be “cohabitating” under New Jersey law.  If so, you can ask the court to terminate, modify, or suspend your alimony

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New Alimony Tax Law on the Horizon – How Will It Affect You?

The end of 2018 is rapidly approaching. In December 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 into law. The alimony tax law will take effect for all divorce agreements and Judgments of Divorce obtained on

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Simple Answers to the Most Often Asked Alimony Questions

Alimony is where one spouse makes regular periodic payments to the other after the divorce is finalized. Generally, New Jersey courts have the authority to decide if alimony is appropriate, and if so, the amount and duration of alimony payments by

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Two Alternatives to Paying Alimony and Three Key Actions to Take When the Federal Alimony Tax Deduction is Eliminated

If you are separated or considering divorce in New Jersey, you might be concerned about potentially being obligated to pay alimony to your spouse, especially in light of the new federal tax law. Significantly, for divorce agreements executed on or

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Separated or Considering Divorce? What You Must Know About the New Federal Tax Law

In December 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 into law.  If you’re separated or considering divorce, the new federal tax law can have a major impact on your divorce settlement negotiations. While tax law changes

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How to Determine Alimony in New Jersey Divorce

You might be considering divorce yet concerned that you may have to pay alimony to your spouse.  Common questions might include how do I know if I’ll have to pay alimony?  How is alimony calculated?  How long would I have

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Tax Reform Bill Passed By US House Eliminates Tax Deduction For Alimony

For those who are currently paying alimony or have a potential alimony obligation in a pending divorce action, the tax reform bill recently approved by the U.S. House of Representatives would eliminate the tax deduction for alimony. Alimony payments are presently

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