You can file a motion based upon cohabitation which would not automatically lead to a termination of alimony if proven.
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Yes you can. But hire competent counsel. The amount of your relief is absolutely "not" a slam dunk. The law requires many factors, procedural steps, and discovery to be completed before a final determination can be made. Chances are you will hurt your case if you simply file and go in and say judge me ex is cohabitating. Whats worse is if the result is not good and an order becomes entered and then you decide to get serious and hire counsel (who along with the judge will now be legally bound by that order) your chances of correcting or undoing it are not good. So be smart, hire the lawyer. If your paying alimony, penny wise equals dollar foolish. Please see my profile and call me, I would be happy to help and I am reasonably priced.
Aniello D. Cerreto, Esq.
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