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Alimony troubles: Two sides escalate battle in NJ

For some ex-couples, the economy has made child support, alimony and other financial terms of divorce even harder to bear. And these fresh battles are adding urgency to an acrimonious debate over alimony reform (read more)


A Promise to Ourselves: A Journey Through Fatherhood and Divorce


Taking the 'Permanent' Out of Permanent Alimony

Permanent alimony unfair to so many

By: Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D (Professor of Psychology Emeritus at Florida International University)
Published Date: 12/03/2012

“Permanent alimony today is not fair to men, and soon will be unfair to women when the current gender gaps favoring females in education, occupation, and income kick in and will make them the payers.” READ MORE…


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Talk of the Town Interview on WATR

Ryan Barry has been invited by Larry Rifkin of WATR to appear as a guest on the radio show "Talk of the Town" and discuss Alimony Reform in Connecticut. The interview is current scheduled to occur at 11:30am Thursday morning 8/9/12. We encourage our members to listen in (streaming is available through and comment if phone calls are being accepted (WATR Studio & Talk Show ....... 203-757-1320).

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Lawyers Carve Out 'Divorce for Men' Niche

Lawyers Carve Out 'Divorce for Men' Niche
They Target Husbands Who Fear Being Underdog in Battles Over Child Custody, Property, Money
Divorce lawyers seeking an edge in a crowded legal marketplace have found a niche they say pays off in good times and bad: appealing to men who fear getting a bad deal.


States Focus On Altering Alimony Laws


While New York's efforts to overhaul its alimony laws may have stalled this summer, other states in the region are taking initial steps toward change.

Officials in New Jersey and Connecticut introduced legislation this year to help the states make significant changes to their alimony laws, spurred by advocates who are seeking to eliminate lifetime awards and make it easier to modify settlements if financial circumstances change.


Alimony Should Be Gender-Neutral


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