Greetings. No, I do not know of any simple way to search this. One way is to stop paying the alimony (put the money in a bank account though in case you do have to pay it later) and allege that she is married. Let her refute it.
No, it would not be considered fraudulent, but you may be able to recover the amount paid after the date of her marriage. As to consequences, it depends on the type of document alimony is being paid pursuant to. Good luck.
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