New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Sept. 10 signed a host of bills into law, including an alimony reform package and a measure that allows couples to dissolve their marriages through a mediation-like process.
Christie also signed bills that put limits on how notaries public may advertise their services and that increase the penalties for electronic financial crimes.
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