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Must I continue to pay alimony in my retirement years?

Question Details: There is a clause in the decree that says if she remarries, the alimony ends. How do I know if she has remarried or even is still alive? We were in the military at the time. Is there any kind of review process of the alimony requirement, especially now that I am living on a reduced income? I've been paying alimony now for over 38 years. Is it possible to end it? I am 76 years old.

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