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Tag Archives: palimony

Palimony Law 1

Palimony is monetary compensation from one member of an unmarried couple to the other, following their separation. A 2010 statute prevents individuals from obtaining palimony unless the couple had a written agreement. Recently, the Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether this statute would apply to agreements made before it was enacted in 2010. The Supreme Court has determined that the law does not apply retroactively. Therefore, oral arguments made before the statute was encated in 2010 may still be enforcable. So now, whether or not you need a written agreement to be entitled to palimony depends on the year the agreement was made. 

Palimony Law

Palimony is monetary compensation from one member of an unmarried couple to the other, following their separation. A 2010 statute prevents individuals from obtaining palimony unless the couple had a written agreement. Recently, the Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether this statute would apply to agreements made before it was enacted in 2010. The… Continue Reading

Breaking Up But Never Married What Are Your Rights

Imagine the following scenario: you and your significant other have been living together for 15 years. You never married officially, but held yourselves out as a married couple. You have a joint bank account and pay all the bills together. Your significant other just told you he wants to end your relationship and he wants… Continue Reading

I Will Take Care Of You Forever Is Just Not Enough

Many people these days opt to live together instead of getting married, whether as a “trial run” for marriage itself or simply because they have no interest in getting married. Depending on your situation, this can become a potentially precarious situation for you.  As of January 18, 2010 the NJ Legisture determined that palimony claims… Continue Reading

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