In previous blogs I have written on the actions taken by the New Jersey Legislature to move forward with alimony reform. In February, the Assembly Judiciary Committee approved a measure calling for an eleven person panel to study the need for and make suggestions with regard to such alimony reform. Continue reading ›
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New Jersey’s Continued Attempt at Alimony Reform
In July I wrote a blog explaining Assembly Bill A3909. This Bill, loosely based on a Statute enacted in Massachusetts, affected a broad range alimony reform. Continue reading ›
Are Domestic Partners in New Jersey “Separate But Equal” after the U.S. Supreme Court Decision in United States v. Windsor?
The case of US v. Windsor, 570 U.S. 7, (2013), decided on the last day of the United States Supreme Court’s term on June 26, 2013, declared unconstitutional certain provisions of Bill Clinton’s landmark legislation, the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, commonly referred to as “DOMA”. Continue reading ›