BartSimpson wrote:You are in Colorado, as I recall.
Time to drag out that ol' MSA and let's see what it says exactly about modification. If you could, please type the clause in here - without any personal identifying information - and let's see if we can get you out of this mess.
I will tell you this, man to man, get the fux off Facebook, sir. That is make-believe, it's a role playing game in which women excel. The truth is not on Facebook. We tell this to every man who comes here in the early stages of divorce, and for at least a year after the divorce is final, because this looking through the keyhole of the mother's life is not doing you any good.
Of course, I'm sure the very thought of deleting your Facebook account is paralyzingly and you will explain to me why you can't do it - none the less, you need to, sir.
Poor4Four wrote:Is there a cohabitation clause? What specifically does the language say and in what state are you in?
I lost my job and had strong caselwaw that lined up nicely with my circumstances (my X is now wealthier than me, makes over $100k year working part time) and had the necessary language in my decree, and the Judge still has me paying. Previously, I had agreed to pay $5k a month; the Judge decided that amount was 11% of my gross income at the time so now I am obligated to pay her 11% no matter My income, even when I make less than her. I am appealing.
I share this because in this day and age, some Judges want so much to honor the original contract even when it makes no sense.
In your case, cohabitation may be what sinks her ship, but unless it is written in your agreement, a Judge will likely not care if she is living with three sugar daddies. All she has to do is go to Court, shrug her shoulders and testify that she has no income from which to support herself.
BartSimpson wrote:I can't let this pass - why are you monitoring her activities, sir?
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