Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Talks over two competing alimony reform bills are becoming as heated as the divorce fights they both aim to regulate.
A group proposing to overhaul New Jersey’s alimony laws says legislation proposed by the New Jersey State Bar Association to do the same thing will hamper actual reform needed in the state.
Representatives with New Jersey Alimony Reform and New Jersey Women for Alimony Reform claim their bill, A-3909, which would provide guidelines on awarding alimony based on the length of the marriage, has been stalled since the recent introduction of the one backed by the New Jersey Bar Association.
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