Is your ex-spouse in a committed relationship with someone else? If so, you may be able to alter or terminate your alimony payments. There are a variety of factors that the court may look at, such as:
- Married Behavior – If your former partner has moved in with a new person, uses the same name as this person, and is referring to them as their husband or wife – this is a moment when you can have the court take a look at your payments.
- Sharing Finances – Sharing cell phone plans, having a joint bank account, and receiving cash from a new partner is another issue that a court will review. Examples like these mean that your former spouse is not relying on you for money anymore.
- Joint Business Investments – Whether they have started a business together or are investing in a property, if your former spouse and their new partner are investing money together, it may be time for a review. This could be something as simple as a part-time job at their new partner’s established business.
Would you like to have a specialist from a Jacksonville family law firm look at your case? The team at Watson Henderlite, Family Law Attorneys, is here for you. We have been proudly serving the community for more than 30 years, assisting with a vast array of divorce issues.