You will need to draft you own motion as we do not have samples of this type of motion. Your motion would need to state the facts. For example: (1) an alimony ordered was entered, (2) you have paid the alimony on time each time it was due so that no arrears have accrued, and (3) your ex-wife has remarried and the date that she re-married (it would help if you were able to obtain a copy of her marriage license or some other proof that you have that she is remarried and attach it to your motion as an exhibit).
Be sure to conclude your motion with a statement about what you are asking the court to do, i.e. to terminate your alimony obligation effective as of your ex-wife’s remarriage date.
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