The mission to change alimony laws in the Garden State has reached a critical time according to NJ Alimony Reform, the group that started the movement about two years ago. They say there's a committee hearing in Trenton this Monday November 25th at 10am...
On Thursday's Deminski & Doyle show, the guys had a chance to interview John Waldorf. John has been in the news because he was recently incarcerated for not being able to afford an alimony payment.
It’s been more than 35 years since the New Jersey Alimony Laws have been changed and with all that has happened since then, I think it’s about time to revisit the issue. Fortunately the powers that be agree with me.
There is a grassroots effort in New Jersey to get something done about the lives ruined over the antiquated notion of lifetime alimony in this state. Bill and I have talked about this issue several times in the past few weeks and now the Asbury Park Press is picking up on it too.