Yes. New Jersey’s Palimony law does not violate an individual’s right to due process. As a family law attorney, in 2010 I embraced (and predicted) a dramatic change in New Jersey’s alimony laws. This change instructed lawyers and judges that, absent an agreement in writing that has been reviewed by an attorney for each party, palimony claims are null and void. The following case confirms that this new palimony law in New Jersey is not unconstitutional.