Husband and Wife were divorced in 2006. Husband was ordered to pay alimony. For a time Wife resided with her parents. The trial court found that while living with her parents, Wife engaged in sexual relations with a foster child teenager of Wife’s parents. The trial court found that this was sufficient to show cohabitation and terminated alimony. Mother Appealed. The Court of Appeals reversed finding that cohabitation is more than having sex and sharing a residence, but must be a relationship akin to a marriage.
Full opinion available at: http://www.utcourts.gov/opinions/supopin/Myers2102111.pdf