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Cohabitation After Divorce May Impact Alimony

Cohabitating may have an impact on alimony, either resulting in alimony being reduced or terminated all together.   It is not necessary that the supported spouse be supported by his or her live in paramour.  If the new living arrangement results in any benefits or gifts being bestowed on the divorcee, that could impact alimony as well.