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Divorce Resources - Maleski Eisenhut & Zielinski, LLC, Flemington NJ

Alimony - If you are receiving alimony, that right may terminate if you begin living with a new partner.

Answers to Common Questions

Q: What is a cost-benefit analysis?

The cost-benefit analysis reviews the costs of proceeding in litigation versus arbitration, mediation or collaboratively as well as the relative positions taken on each issue. These considerations are weighed against the potential outcome and costs of each approach and position.  Thevariety of approaches and positions in a divorce require a discussion with an experienced attorney so that you understand the risks and benefits of each.

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