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October 07, 2010


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Palimony versus Alimony : During a traditional New Jersey divorce, alimony is typically paid in weekly or monthly installments. Palimony, on the other hand, is paid in a lump sum amount. While alimony is based upon marital obligations, palimony is a purely contractual promise to provide on-going support upon the conclusion of a relationship.

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