- For marriages that lasted fewer than 20 years, the length of alimony payments cannot exceed the length of the marriage unless a judge decides there are "exceptional circumstances"
- Judges would be able to end payments if the recipient lives with a partner, even if they don't get married.
- Judges would be able to lower payments if the payer has been out of work for 90 days.
- The term "permanent alimony" would be replaced with "open durational alimony."
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