Spousal support

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Do I have to continue paying spousal support if my ex wife is pregnant with someone else’s kid and currently living with that person? What can I do to get that stopped?

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on August 25, 2021 10:21 pm
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The answer to your question depends on several factors including the wording of your order for spousal maintenance. In Colorado, spousal maintenance is not usually stopped as a result of someone cohabiting with another person or being pregnant with someone else's child, unless they marry. If your ex-wife is holding herself out as married to her new partner, that may be grounds to assert a common-law marriage claim and terminate maintenance. Additionally, if there is a clause in your order for spousal maintenance that allows for termination based on cohabitation, termination may be a possibility. A skilled family law attorney can review your order for spousal maintenance, discuss with you what factors are considered when modifying spousal maintenance, and answer your questions regarding common-law marriage.

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Answered on August 26, 2021 7:14 am