If you no longer need the alimony then he would be justified in attempting to reduce or eliminate alimony. Of course he will have to prove that you no longer need the alimony and if you have evidence to the contrary then you should be able to refute his allegation.
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Ok, so has he filed something or just threatening? He has a right to lower if he can prove a substantial change in circumstances. That usually has to be unforseen events - like you became a doctor earning a bundle of money or something. We offer free consultations in such matters.
The legal issue is whether there has been a substantial change in circumstances that would justify modifying the final judgment awarding you alimony. If you started receiving social security, that could potentially be a basis for a modification. You should definitely consult an attorney, because alimony modifications present a number of legal and factual issues.
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