If you are paying alimony and suspect that your former spouse is cohabitating with someone with whom they are romantically involved, with the right proof you may be able to eliminate or reduce alimony.
South Carolina law provides that alimony ends when two people cohabit for a minimum period of 90 days. Courts will also consider evidence that the supported spouse is periodically separating to avoid hitting this 90 day mark. With it being your responsibility to prove cohabitation to the court, Strike Investigations can help you gather admissible evidence and build a solid case.
In South Carolina proving cohabitation of an ex-spouse is a minimum investigation time of a continuous 90 days. These investigations are understandably more expensive to conduct over standard investigations so it is important to remember that it is an expense that could pay itself back many times over in the long term.
If you suspect that an ex-spouse you are paying alimony to is cohabitating with a romantic interest call Strike Investigations Private Investigators in Greenville SC, for a confidential consultation.