HOW TO PROVE YOUR EX IS LIVING WITH SOMEONE ELSE
There’s an old adage that reads, “If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it’s probably a duck.” So, too, can we say the same about cohabitation. And yet, when required to prove that someone is cohabiting for the purpose of denying or terminating spousal support, suddenly it’s immensely complicated.
This eGuide is intended to provide a general overview of those termination of alimony claims, which are based on allegations of cohabitation.
This eGuide is designed to assist clients and their attorneys to build their strongest case to prove that the: (1) former spouse is in a cohabiting relationship;
(2) former spouse’s need for alimony has been reduced or eliminated; and therefore,
Using Cell Tower Location Data May Help Level the Playing Field in Your Alimony Dispute
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If your former spouse is in a new relationship, and you would like to terminate alimony payments, you may be able to use Cell Tower Location data to help build your case. Conversely, if you are being accused of being in a supportive relationship, but are not, you may be able to leverage the same data to refute the allegations.
Answer these questions:
- Do you believe that your former spouse living with someone of the opposite sex?
- Are you being accused of living with someone of the opposite sex?
- Do you believe that your former spouse hiding his/her relationship?
- Are you being accused of trying to hide a relationship?
- Are you frustrated because 24/7 video surveillance is cost-prohibitive?
- Do you feel like you are under a microscope or being followed?
- Do you believe that your alimony payments should be reduced or terminated because your former spouse is in a supportive relationship?
- Is your former spouse trying to terminate your alimony because you are in a new relationship?
If you’ve answered YES to any of the above questions, you may be able to leverage Cell Tower Location Data to help you prove (or disprove) some of the key elements required in a cohabitation claim.
This eGuide benefits all parties, who simply want to leverage cell tower location data to help build or defend claims relating to reduction or termination of alimony based upon allegations of cohabitation, and avoid the legal costsand expenses associated with litigating these kinds of claims. The book is intended to provide a general overview of alimony and cohabitation claims to help the reader identify whether his/her particular situation is similar.
- Demonstration of financial interdependence
- Sharing a common residence
- Joint ownership of assets or debts
- Sharing household chores
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