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Are the alimony laws in the State of New Jersey changing?

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Alimony & Child Support, Blog | 0 comments

Are the alimony laws in the State of New Jersey changing?

As of this moment, the short answer to this question is- maybe. For some time now there has been what can be described as a movement by many to review New Jersey’s alimony laws.  Under attack are issues concerning the length of alimony, the amount of alimony, and the ability to review and modify alimony based upon certain changes over time. One side of the fence has declared war on alimony calling it punitive and out of touch with current values in society.  Supporters for alimony reform are seeking a more uniformed approach to alimony with specific formulas similar to what...

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New Website Live!

Posted by on Feb 3, 2012 in Blog, Firm Announcements | 0 comments

New Website Live!

Domers & Bonamassa is proud to announce the launch of our new and improved website.  Thanks to our friends at Bigfoot Web Labs, we look forward to providing a valuable service for our clients and future clients alike.  We plan on updating our Blog frequently so as to deliver timely and important information concerning a variety of family law topics at no cost. Please add our website to your favorites and visit often.  In the event that you would like to receive notifications of new postings, please send us your email address.  And, if you are in need of assistance with...

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Is My Spouse Entitled to My Pension?

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 in Blog, Equitable Distibution | 0 comments

Is My Spouse Entitled to My Pension?

Is my spouse entitled to a portion of my entire pension? The short answer is maybe.  All of your retirement benefits may be subject to equitable distribution as part of the divorce litigation.  The equitable distribution statute is found at N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23.1.  Outlined in this statute are various factors to be considered by the Court when addressing equitable distribution issues.  Absent an agreement to the contrary, assets and liabilities acquired by either party from the date of marriage through the date a divorce complaint is filed, will likely be subject to equitable...

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How Much Child Support and Alimony Will I Pay?

Posted by on Jan 8, 2012 in Alimony & Child Support, Blog | 0 comments

How Much Child Support and Alimony Will I Pay?

How much child support and alimony will I have to pay? The presumption is that child support will be calculated pursuant to a computer program, the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines.  By properly imputing certain variables (such as the number of children, the parent’s income, the number of overnights, and tax considerations to name a few) you will be able to calculate your child support obligation.  However, there are nuances as to what information is and is not included on the Guidelines worksheet.  Utilizing the wrong information may lead to an unjust result. There is...

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Welcome to Our Firm

Posted by on Dec 20, 2011 in Slider | 0 comments

Welcome to Our Firm

Welcome to the law firm of Domers, Bonamassa & Hynes.  We are highly respected in the legal community and our helpful and knowledgeable staff serve your legal needs in a professional and caring manner.

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