General NJ Family Law News & Updates

In the wake of the September 10, 2014 amendments to N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23, the legislature clarified the circumstances under which an alimony payor’s obligation can be modified or terminated due to the obligor’s intended or actual retirement.  Under the statute as amended, when faced with an obligor’s application to modify or terminate alimony due to good

Nobody wants to go to Court. In fact, you’ve probably spent your whole life doing everything not to go to Court. But you’re getting divorced. And now, it’s unavoidable. Hopefully, you’re working toward settling your case so that you only have to see the judge when he or she stamps your Final Judgment of Divorce.

When a trial court’s decision is published, we know it’s time to listen.   T.M. v. R.M.W. is a good reminder that definitions modernize with our modernizing society, even when dealing with terms and concepts that we use in our daily practice. In this case, the court opined about two integral parts of a domestic violence