Today, the New Jersey Supreme Court made abundantly clear what evidence is required, and when it is required, regarding cohabitation in applications seeking to suspend, modify or terminate alimony. In Cardali, the New Jersey Supreme Court has provided clarity and guidance as to what is required at the initial motion stage and then at final hearing. Notably, Jeralyn Lawrence, argued the case for the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) before the Supreme Court and was on the brief. Jeralyn was also on the brief for the NJ chapter of the Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).
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