Palimony (noun)

If you’ve been reading this blog regularly, you know it’s about the entertainment industry, baseball, politics, Springsteen, the Muppets and digression.  Now, the law: Amanda S. Trigg, Esq., partner in Lesnevich & Marzano-Lesnevich, LLC, Hackensack, NJ, has an op-ed piece in today’s Bergen Record on the state’s new palimony laws, and why they’re unfair towards women.  You can read it here: The Record.

Just for the record, I had to look up the word ‘palimony’ too.

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One Response to “Palimony (noun)”

  1. wal lesnevich Says:

    palimony is old Latin phase meaning “Watch out what you promise her!”

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