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Until recently, a divorced spouse could cohabit with their significant other without their alimony payments being affected. With the enactment of the Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act, a former spouse who pays alimony to his former spouse who cohabits with their "significant" other for more than 90 days, may have the alimony modified, reduced, or terminated. However, the Act provides that the facts and circumstances of each case shall be examined to see if there are any extenuating circumstances.
Please keep in mind that the Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act made some very wide sweeping changes. You would have a much better chance of keeping your alimony at the present level if you were not cohabitating with another individual, so anything that you can do from now until the hearing date will certainly help your case.
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