BY BOB HOLT
Many people have decried New Jersey’s alimony laws as antiquated, but they have just seen a significant overhaul.
Alimony reformers had long argued that New Jersey’s laws were too strong and forced men and women to work past a fair age of retirement.
Governor Christie signed New Jersey’s first alimony rule changes in almost ten years into law on Wednesday. New Jersey Alimony Reform founder Tom Leustek said the law was “a major first step.” according to WSJ.com.