A breadwinner’s sharp rise in income following a marital breakup can be used in calculating alimony, especially if the other spouse’s support during the marriage enabled the earner’s success, an Ocean County judge ruled Tuesday.

Superior Court Judge Lawrence Jones rejected James Dudas’ argument that alimony should be based solely on what he was earning before he and his wife Pamela separated.

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