(WTXF) - A New Jersey appeals court judge had to send his resignation letter to his wife.
That’s because she’s Kim Guadagno, the Garden State’s lieutenant governor.
Her husband, Judge Michael Guadagno, is circled in back of her.
In order for him to collect his pension, he has to notify his boss -- who happens to be his wife -- he'll soon reach the mandatory retirement age of 70.
In New Jersey, the lieutenant governor also holds the position of secretary of state.
In his letter, Judge Guadagno wrote to his wife –- Lt. Gov. Guadagno -– that with her term ending next year and his soon-to-be reduced income, she may want to consider a career change but they could "discuss it over dinner."
She already has her next career move in mind. She’s a Republican candidate to replace Gov. Chris Christie.