Sunday, August 10, 2014

New Jersey Alimony Reform Saga Continues

The Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, New Jersey (across from Philadelphia) has an interesting update on the continuing saga of alimony reform in New Jersey, something I have commented on before. As the author points out reform is difficult because Bar Associations stated purpose is to protect the legal profession not the public. The reality is that a dysfunctional divorce system benefits lawyers while an efficient and fair one one does not.

As bad as the divorce system is in New Jersey I can't imagine it is as bad as in Minnesota where corruption runs rampant and unchecked in the family court system.

1 comment:

  1. I completely agree with this. Thanks! Paying or receiving alimony to another spouse change the life of one partner, in case of divorce. Alimony helps to secure the spouse financially. Now a days, there are many expert attorneys, who is providing the service of alimony laws which is helping people to resolve the family issues.