How to enforce your alimony award in New Jersey.
New Jersey Alimony Enforcement Attorneys
If your ex-spouse is not following the terms in your alimony agreement, then yes, your alimony can be enforced. Just like with child support enforcement, if your ex-spouse fails to make the payments to you, then the alimony agreement is eligible for enforcement. A Notice of Motion will need to be filed with the court in order to begin the enforcement of the alimony agreement. The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., represent clients throughout the state of New Jersey and will tenaciously fight for your rights to alimony. Our exceptional, knowledgeable alimony enforcement lawyers will fight for payments to be made on time from now on and for all financial loss from lack of paying alimony payments to be paid in full. Our law firm also represents clients who may be accused of not paying alimony and may be looking at seizure of assets and wage garnishments. No matter the situation, call our offices today with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768 to go over the specifics of your unique alimony case and to see what our Middlesex County alimony lawyers can do for you.
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