Permanent periodic alimony generally terminates upon the death of either spouse or remarriage of the recipient spouse.
Upon agreement of the parties, however, the final judgment may provide for alimony to continue after the death or remarriage of the payor spouse.
To terminate permanent periodic alimony before these events, the petitioning party must show a substantial change in circumstances of one or both parties and that the circumstances were not present and contemplated at the time the final judgment of dissolution was entered.
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