Neither of us had a lawyer to get divorced, i am afraid she got one over on me by marking the no modification box ànd i may not have fully understood what it meant.
No. Regardless of the non-modifiability provision, spousal maintenance terminates upon her remarriage by operation of law. You do need to file to terminate and ask for repayment of any payments that were made after he marriage.
Although spousal support may be "non-modifiable" under certain circumstances, this may still terminate in the event of remarriage by the receiving spouse. I recommend that you consult with an attorney as soon as possible. Many law firms, including ours, offer a free initial consultation.
** This response is provided as general information only and does not constitute legal advice or otherwise establish an attorney-client relationship. **
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