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I have been divorced for 11 years after a 30 yr marriage. At the time we signed an unincorporated separation agreement.
We both decided to purposely leave off clauses regarding alimony of cohabitataion or remarriage as a reason alimony would stop. Only a stop date.
My exhuband is with a new woman and now it seems my exhusband is trying to accuse me of cohabitating.
I dont think I am--I do see someone--
Regardless, can he now try to stop due to the claim of cohabitation if it is not in the agreement?
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If the contract is silent on cohabitation then he can't stop paying for that reason.
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