In the divorce paperwork there is a claus of cohabitation. Since the divorce my ex has gotten engaged. I have driven by her residence several times and found her fiance spends nights. Also her finace lives in a house that I found out she and her brother owns. This used to be the ex-father inlaws house. I have also drive by this residences and found that she spends nights there also. I have taken digital pictures on serval occasions. Would it be feasialbe to take her back to court to stop the mainteance payments? Also my grown children has expressed that they are together at each residences on a very frequent basis. What are my options?I would like to stop paying maintenance fee's to my ex wife. As stated above there is a claus about cohabitation which she is invovled in. I have taken pictures of both being at one another house very early in the morning. Know they are spending the day and night together. I feel that I am being used and paying money for her and her fiance to live off of me. I have read of some court cases in Will County were a boy friends were spending every evening together but the boy friend went home at night and the courts determined that this was enough for cohabitation and ruled that the person did not have to pay maintenace to his ex. I just want to know it would be feasable to go back to court to stop paying mainteance fees to my ex
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