What Your New Job Means for Continued Receipt of Alimony

By Lauren Miceli | December 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

NJ Money Help interviewed attorney Kenneth A. White, Esq. to discuss options after changing jobs while receiving alimony. Q. I get alimony of $2,000 a month, and now that our kids are older, I went back to work and I earn $65,000 a year. A friend said she was surprised my ex hasn’t talked about…

College Costs, a Commentary by Kenneth A. White, Esq.

By Lauren Miceli | October 6, 2017 | Comments Off on College Costs, a Commentary by Kenneth A. White, Esq.

Kenneth A. White, Esq., certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a matrimonial attorney provides his commentary on the current state of the law involving College Expenses.  Specifically, Mr. White, in his article published in the New Jersey Family Lawyer Vol. 38, No. 1 (October 2017), discusses whether or not a constitutional challenge…

How Changing Jobs Affects your Alimony

By Lauren Miceli | September 20, 2017 | Comments Off on How Changing Jobs Affects your Alimony

NJ Money Help interviewed attorney Kenneth A. White, Esq. to discuss options after changing jobs while having to pay alimony. Q. I’m confused about how alimony payments work. Suppose one agrees on a certain amount based on their current salary of roughly 50 percent, but then changes their career at a much lower salary for…

Revisiting Your Custody Arrangements

By Lauren Miceli | September 20, 2017 | Comments Off on Revisiting Your Custody Arrangements

NJ Money Help interviewed attorney Kenneth A. White, Esq. to discuss options involving custody of school-aged children. My wife and I divorced three years ago when our twins were two years old. We share custody and the kids spend half their time with me and half with her. Now that they will soon be school…

Spending Assets Before a Divorce.

By Shane & White | July 5, 2016 | Comments Off on Spending Assets Before a Divorce.

Absent an order being entered by the court directing that your assets are to be preserved, you are free to act as you deem fit with your assets.