I am not cerain what type of motions your attorney has filed, but it would need to be a motion to terminate durational alimony based on remarriage. The kink is probably the IDO and you can ask your attorney what the status of your case is and if you could have copies of every motion and denial. I am also linking you below to the statute that includes the durational alimony provision. Note that it can be terminated by death or remarriage, but if you want to modify it, then you can only money the amount, not the number of months. So it's important to move for termination, not modification.
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I too don't see what the problem would be. This should be a straight forward issue. Not sure what you mean by having your "marriage license". That would not be needed. Perhaps you mean Final Judgment. The order to terminate should also include language that vacates the IDO, meaning extinguishes the IDO. I would have to see what was filed, your final judgment to understand what the problem is.
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