A supportive relationship exists when the alimony recipient cohabitates with someone who is not a family member, and who is financially supporting them. Alimony is intended to provide support for an ex-spouse who was financially dependent on the other during the marriage, but ongoing spousal support may be terminated if the ex-spouse is now receiving support elsewhere.
If you feel you deserve to have your alimony order modified because your ex-spouse has entered into a supportive relationship, we help set things right. The Law Office of Benjamin T. Hodas’ Florida supportive relationship and cohabitation attorneys help you determine what the best options are to increase, decrease, or terminate the alimony. Procrastination is not modification. Start the process with us, today.