Spousal Support Solutions For South Jersey Residents
Next to child-related issues in a divorce, alimony (also known as spousal support) is typically the most difficult and complicated matter to address in a divorce case. Under New Jersey law, an award of alimony or modification of alimony is based on a labyrinth of statutory considerations and decisions published by the courts. Alimony law is in a constant state of change. In fact, enormous changes in recent years have taken place before the New Jersey Legislature with regard to New Jersey alimony law.
It is important to retain an attorney with decades of substantial experience in this area to guarantee the best result. The attorney must consistently re-educate and remain aware of new developments and trends in the law.
Decades Of Experience And Research In New Jersey Alimony Laws
Attorney Christopher Rade Musulin, Esquire, founder of Musulin Law Firm, LLC, has made the issue of alimony a centerpiece of his practice both with regard to the highest level of client representation and in research, writing and lecturing to other professionals.
Practicing exclusively matrimonial and family law, attorney Musulin has long served as a member of the Family Law Section Executive Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association that monitors on a monthly basis proposed statutes, judicial decisions and suggested rule changes that directly impact the issue of alimony.
He has also served as the chairman of subcommittees that have specifically investigated and researched trends and developments in New Jersey alimony law and authored published articles concerning both the history of alimony and proposals for revisions to the law.
Attorney Musulin has served as a moderator and a speaker before the state and county bar associations to lecture on the topic. On a daily basis, he has shared his vast knowledge with his associate lawyers who comprise his law firm and have tasked them with research for articles and seminars.
When You Meet With Us …
In your consultation, Mr. Musulin will share with you his knowledge on this topic and carefully analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your position whether you are requesting alimony, opposing an application for alimony, or attempting to modify an alimony award as it relates to the overall negotiations and strategy of your entire family law matter.
Christopher Rade Musulin, Esquire, believes “it is very important to be presented with a straightforward legal assessment of your alimony matter. It is my responsibility as your legal advocate to provide you with realistic expectations according to the application of New Jersey divorce law in order for you to make informed decisions.”
Learn More About Alimony And What We Can Do For You
Contact the Musulin Law Firm, LLC, online or call 609-267-0070 to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers. We serve clients in Burlington County, all throughout South Jersey and nationally and overseas.