It looks like the alimony laws in New Jersey are soon to be changed. According to the Gnall v. Gnall court ruling, marriages over fifteen years lead to permanent alimony. Usually permanent alimony is given to marriages that last twenty to thirty years. As you can see, that is a huge difference in the amount of time together. Divorce rates are high today and 50% of marriages end in divorce. The stakes are high and this means that many more people will be forced into alimony for years. Charles Mainor is the bill sponsor for this law and is open to hear the thoughts of people to make it more fair and balanced. One woman speaks out against what this will do for women. Read the article online to see more of her thoughts.

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