Strength and Unity Alimony Reform Conference

NEW JERSEY ALIMONY REFORM / NJ WOMEN FOR ALIMONY REFORM PRESENT STRENGTH AND UNITY Saturday, March 22, 2014 11:00 – 3:00 Community Senior Center 505 DeMott Lane, Somerset, NJ with Guest Speaker, Assemblyman Charles Mainor   Please RSV by 3/15/2014 by sending an email to help@njwar,org Spring is on the way.  Fresh and clean, warm

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Latest Fundraising Challenge – We Met Our Goal

Great News! We have achieved our recent fundraising challenge. An anonymous donor offered $3,000 if members at large would match the donation. Within 10 days after posting the fundraiser challenge our members reached the goal. Thank you to everyone who made donations. We can now keep the fight going. Donations are one of three ways

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Fundraising Challenge – Help Us Reach Our Goal

Fundraising Challenge – Help Us Reach Our Goal of $3000. We have another anonymous donor who has committed to donate $3,000 if we get another $3,000 in matching donations from our members. Please donate now so we can take advantage of this generous offering. Please note that no person in NJAR or NJWARreceives payment for their work. Everyone

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Open Letter to Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq., Chair-Elect of the Family Law Section, NJ Bar – re Alimony Laws

Open Letter to Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq., Chair-Elect of the Family Law Section, NJ State Bar Association, regarding alimony laws. The following is an open letter  ( Click Here to View PDF of letter ) to Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq., written by Stuart Kurtz, a victim of New Jersey’s antiquated permanent alimony laws. His divorce for after a 10 year marriage resulted in a Permanent Alimony Award granted by

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SHOWING OF THE MOVIE DIVORCE CORP. in New Jersey

Premiering January 2014 around the country, Divorce Corp is an explosive new documentary that exposes the appalling waste, and shameless collusive practices within the U.S. family law industry. More money and more people flow through the family courts than any other court system in America combined – now grossing over $50 billion a year. Click

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