I am currently paying alimony and my divorce decree had several events that would terminate the monthly alimony payments: wife’s or husband’s death; wife’s Remarriage; wife’s romantic cohabitation with an unrelated male for greater than 6 months; or agreed end date. It appears that my ex-wife has been living with her boyfriend for greater than 6 months. I have been continuing to make alimony payments as scheduled per month and I haven’t said anything yet about the cohabitation. I noticed that my ex-wife’s boyfriend changed his voting records (address) to my ex-wife’s residence for well over a year, which the agency confirmed the address change and the date the change was effective. Do I need to provide more evidence to establish cohabitation than the confirmed address change via the voting records agency? If so, what evidence would I need to acquire to terminate the alimony per the divorce decree for cohabitation? Do I need to hire a private investigator to help establish ex-wife’s boyfriend residency beyond the voting records address change. Ex-wife hasn’t said anything about this matter.
Voting records will be very good evidence, and anything else that shows how you know that your ex-wife is cohabitating with an unrelated male for more than 6 months. A PI can be very beneficial in order to have evidence that has been legally obtained.
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