Las Vegas, NV asked in Divorce for New Jersey

Q: My boyfriend who lives in Howell Township needs help with his alimony problem so he can leave and retire

he has been paying for 10 years he cannot even afford an lawyer because 67% of his income goes to his ex he wants to retire and move to Nevada where he will not have to work how do we get rid of the alimony payment she is a nurse and has income there is no more child support order is there a way to stop them or not?

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Bari Weinberger
Bari Weinberger
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  • Parsippany, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, I am not able to provide you with an answer as I do not have enough information. Whether or not your boyfriend can retire is dependent upon the terms of his Matrimonial Settlement Agreement and how long he is required to pay alimony and under what circumstances alimony can be terminated. I would strongly suggest having your boyfriend schedule a consult with an attorney to review his Agreement with him to, at the very least, offer some guidance on what his next steps should be. Best of luck to you.

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