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United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart described obscenity as: “I know it when I see it.” That indefinable standard is akin to the obstacle attorneys face when determining whether a payor spouse has evidence sufficient to make a “prima facie” showing of cohabitation. The purpose of this article is to provide clarity and direction to get past the prima facie hurdle in cohabitation cases. 

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