Tag Archives: Alimony

Family Law and Mediation

Family law mediation or divorce mediation is a low conflict process that you can use to help you reach an amicable agreement without a lengthy court battle. In divorces, emotions can quickly spiral out of control, complicating matters and causing … Continue reading

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“Sheridan Issues”

Sheridan v. Sheridan, 247 N.J. Super. 552 (Ch. Div. 1990) is a New Jersey case that requires trial judges to report evidence of any illegal activity to the proper authorities. In most matrimonial cases, this comes up in the context of … Continue reading

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Alimony and Your Taxes

Frequently when people start working on their tax returns at the beginning of a new year, I start seeing questions whether Child Support and Alimony are taxable. Before I provide more information, it should be noted that this information is very general … Continue reading

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