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Hello again, Denise.Under NJ law, unless a decree states otherwise, an order of alimony can typically be modified under various circumstances including:
Here is a link that provides this and additional information on the issue of modification:
Of course, if a spouse retires for the purpose of attempting to avoid alimony payments, that would not typically be a valid reason for a court to modify the order, but otherwise the order could be modified if it does not indicate that is not modifiable normally.
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