Tax Dollars at stake in NJ Divorce Loophole

Government officials have been taking into consideration the idea of “divorce from bed and board” which allows a limited divorce procedure for legally separated couples to remain technically married. It creates a loophole in which people who are no longer dependent on a public employee are allowed receive taxpayer-funded health benefits. Additionally, there is no way of tracking the data since it’s a legal procedure that has not been revised. A recently proposed bill would make it illegal to give publicly-funded healthcare benefits plans to a public employee’s spouse who partakes in this “divorce from bed and board.” Read more.

Contact an Experienced Matrimonial Attorney in New Jersey

If you or someone you know if experiencing marital problems which may lead to divorce or seeking legal advice about divorce in southern New Jersey, discuss your situation with an experienced family law attorney at Taylor and Boguski, located in Mount Laurel, NJ by calling 800-404-5299 or 856-234-2233, or contact us online.