It depends. Usually, because if there is a substantial change, in circumstances to where the spouse is in a supportive relationship, that’s actually in the Florida statute. Sometimes though if you have an agreement that says the alimony is modifiable or is not modifiable, even with those changing conditions. So it’s really a good idea if somebody is paying alimony that when it comes time for a marital settlement agreement that there is language in there that says “In the event of one of these changes in a supportive relationship of anything as defined under Florida statutes.” At that point that person can get the alimony modified.
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