New Jersey residents disagree with NJ’s current alimony ruling
A report released by the New Jersey Alimony Reform on Tuesday, November 12 revealed that about two-thirds of New Jersey residents believe the imposition of lifetime alimony is wrong. The current ruling imposes lifetime alimony for a supported partner after the end of a marriage that lasted at least 15 years.
Rutgers-Eagleton poll revealed that 75% of respondents believe spousal support should continue until the recipient becomes capable of meeting their financial needs. New Jersey Alimony Reform president Tom Leustek said the poll revealed how detestable the state’s defective system of alimony is to New Jersey residents.
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