Sufficient evidence existed to support terminating ex-husband’s alimony on the basis husband, as the supported spouse, resided with his paramour for a period of 90 or more consecutive days. Ex-wife’s private investigator observed ex-husband and his paramour spending five out of seven nights every week together at ex-husband’s house for a period of at least seven months, and although the paramour left ex-husband’s house every week to care for her grandchildren, her departure was more akin to a temporary absence for out-of-town travel than it was to a routine separation based on separate residences.
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