It is extremely unlikely that you will be entitled to permanent alimony under these circumstances. The length of the marriage is an important factor. But, you may be entitled to spousal support, during a separation or during the pendency of a divorce, for a period of time depending on what your husband's salary is and what your ability to find employment is. Your question does not make clear whether either of you has filed for divorce or whether you are presently separated.
During the pendency of your divorce, the courts customarily maintain the status quo, by assuring bills are paid by each party as they were before the separation. This is especially true if there is a home. Other than this, a marriage of two years duration may qualify for "rehabilitation alimony" if you can prove some type of reliance, such as your having quit your job. The alimony would be for a short time, enough to get yourself a job or finish some type of education you may have started.
It is unlikely that two years is long enough for alimony.
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The length of the marriage is a key factor in an alimoy analysis. Without having more facts, it is difficult to assess the situation fully. However, absent something unusual having happened it is difficult to get alimony with a 2 year marriage and if you get it, it will be for less than 2 years.
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