Legal Question in Family Law in Georgia

If my divorce decree states that alimony ends upon death/remarriage/or Cohabitation ... and I can now prove that my ex has been cohabitating with her previous husband for the last year and a half and demanding money, even while was jobless, all the while demanding our grown children never divulge where she lives.... I figure she has taken over 100k in the last year and a half that legally she had no right this fraud and what are my rights here. I have an appointment with my attorney to stop the alimony officially tomorrow, but I'd like to go after her to the full extent and want to know what I should be discussing with my attorney.

Divorce was in Georgia, she is now living on west coast.

Asked on 10/20/13, 11:43 am

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Scott Riddle Law Office of Scott B. Riddle, LLC
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You will be discussing the terms of the divorce decree and the facts you stated here.You have a lawyer, so that is who you discuss it with (not a pre-discussion on a website).

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Answered on 10/20/13, 11:50 am

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