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Abandonment in NJ

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 27th, 2013 on Family Law - New Jersey
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My husband of 12 years abandoned me 4 weeks ago. He will not give a reason or talk to me. He raised my 2 children as his own for 12 years. They are on his medical insurance and he claims both of them every year on his tax return. I want to know if he has to give me money. I am unemployed.
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Answered on Jul 04th, 2013 at 5:11 PM

I would need a lot more information in order to give you a fully informed answer to your question.

However, if you are unemployed and your husband now has a job, it is very possible that he would have to give you ongoing financial support.  

I head a law firm that devotes its practice exclusively to New Jersey Divorce and Family Law matters. It's all we do.

Please feel free to take a look at our Firm Website (, which contains a lot of helpful information.

You really need to take some action as soon as possible.

I would be happy to have a brief telephone call with you, to get more information.  There is no charge for that phone call. My firm’s toll-free telephone number is listed below.

David F. Salvaggio, Esq. (877-355-5281)

SALVAGGIO LAW GROUP LLC (877) 355-5281 This answer is not intended to be legal advice. Please consult an attorney.

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