This is the second of a series of articles on the Family Law Division’s Case Information Statement (CIS). The Case Information Statement, or CIS, is the principal document utilized by the Courts in determining alimony, child support and equitable distribution. It should therefore be considered a strategic and persuasive document
This will be the first of a series of articles on the CIS and its importance in a family case that will appear periodically in our website. Do you want to obtain or modify a support obligation (whether alimony or child support) in a family division matter? If so, the first step is to complete the Case Information Statement.
Do you have plans to retire in 2015? Are you currently paying alimony? You may be entitled to a reduction or termination of your payment. New Jersey reformed the alimony statute at the end of 2014 and it contains some very important changes that retirees paying alimony should discuss with an experienced family attorney. If you are