PROVING YOUR EX IS COHABITATING
Some people require alimony, which is sometimes known as spousal support.
Have you reached divorce settlement that includes alimony payments? Some people try to take advantage of the system by engaging in spousal support fraud, despite the fact that alimony is paid in addition to child support and directly assists the lower-earning spouse in meeting their basic living expenditures.
If you think your ex-spouse is defaulting on spousal support payments, our private investigator can help you find out the truth. Our experienced team of private investigators can gather high-definition video, background records, and other court-admissible evidence to help you reduce or eliminate alimony payments.
N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23(n) and the Effect of Cohabitation on Alimony
On September 10, 2014, the New Jersey Legislature amended the alimony statute, N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23.
When assessing whether cohabitation is occurring, a court will consider the following:
1- Intertwined finances such as joint bank account and other joint holdings or liabilities.
2- Sharing or joint responsibility for living expenses.
3- Recognition of the relationship in the couple’s social and family circle.
4- Living together, the frequency of contact, the duration of the relationship, and other indicators of mutually supportive intimate personal relationship.
5- Sharing household chores.
6- Whether the recipient of alimony has received an enforceable promise of support from another person.
7- All other relevant evidence.
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