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Can New Jersey marital agreements be unenforceable?

New Jersey couples who decide to sign a premarital agreement might do so for a variety of reasons. Both sides might have property they want to protect in case the marriage does not work out. One side could have a business or other assets that he or she does not want to be subject to property division in the event of divorce. Or there could be a simple goal to keep the property separate regardless of its value.

What are the different kinds of alimony in New Jersey family law?

When the term "alimony" is mentioned in the context of family law, people might have preconceived notions as to what it entails. Common concerns about alimony include how long it will last, whether it can be changed and how much the paying former spouse must pay. For this and other considerations in a divorce, it can be useful to have legal help.

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