NJ Alimony Law Opinion by Alan Frisher

The new NJ alimony law is a beginning that has long been overdue. Now that the family law system has been exposed for what it truly is, I hope this journey toward additional beneficial change continues to occur for NJ and other States as well. An old Chinese proverb states that a journey of a […]

New Jersey updates alimony laws

“New Jersey has joined a small but growing number of states that have updated alimony laws that critics say reflected outdated models of work, longevity, relationships and gender participation in the workforce.”….  Click here to read entire article in The Washington Times 

NJ Alimony Changes Await Governor – WSJ

“It may be the most frequently asked question of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at public events in the state: When will he fix the state’s alimony laws? Now the Republican governor faces a choice, with legislation on his desk that would offer the first changes in a roughly a decade to the state’s laws for compensating […]