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When does alimony stop in Georgia?

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Alimony stops in Georgia under a few different circumstances. The first could be the expiration of the term that alimony is provided for from either the court or by settlement agreement. It can also expire upon the death of either party, the remarriage of the recipient party, or the receiving party’s cohabitation in what’s called a meretricious relationship.

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