If you move in with a new partner following your divorce in Buffalo, you run a significant risk of losing alimony if your former spouse finds out.
Read through your divorce settlement before you make any decisions.
It is standard that spousal maintenance ends if the recipient cohabitates with a new partner, and some agreements impose additional conditions.
If the receipt of spousal maintenance is important to your financial well being, you should be very cautious about how you approach moving in with a new romantic partner.
If, together, you have the resources to build the life you want in a secure relationship, then it may be the right step for you.
If you have questions about the stability of the relationship, then the costs of cohabitation may end up being enormous for you.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer can help you understand the precise terms of your divorce agreement, and how they may impact your new relationship.
Call us today at 716-542-5444 and speak to a Buffalo divorce attorney for free.