This is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard
and Dissolution of Marriage
Act provides that one of the several factors which will justify a termination of maintenance is the cohabitation
of the maintenance recipient with another person on a resident, continuing conjugal basis.
You can read that at the link
This is the section that applies
(c) Unless otherwise agreed by the parties in a written agreement set forth in the judgment or otherwise approved by the court, the obligation to pay future maintenance is terminated upon the death of either party, or the remarriage
of the party receiving maintenance, or if the party receiving maintenance cohabits with another person on a resident, continuing conjugal basis.
Any obligation of a payor party for premium payments respecting insurance on such party's life imposed under subsection (f) of Section 504 is also terminated on the occurrence of any of the foregoing events, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. Any termination of an obligation for maintenance as a result of the death of the payor party, however, shall be inapplicable to any right of the other party or such other party's designee to receive a death benefit under such insurance on the payor party's life.
I suggest that you can file a Motion to Terminate the Spousal Maintenance
in the court where it was granted. You will state your evidence that the party is cohabitating with another who is helping to support them.
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