Alimony is very fact specific. However, based on the limitted information here you may be required to pay alimony.
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As the above answer indicated, alimony is fact specific and the court looks at a number of statutory factors when deciding if alimony is appropriate, including the payee's need, and the payor's ability to pay, length and duration of the marriage, marital lifestyle of the parties, etc. Far from a slam dunk that he would receive alimony. You should definitely consult with an attorney in your area to discuss in further detail.
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Those facts would be weighed by a judge when reviewing any alimony from you to him.
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It is difficult to answer without more information. Alimony was created to assist a spouse who lost the opportunity to advance his or her career during the marriage. The purpose of alimony is to assist that spouse in maintaining a comparable life style that he or she shared while he or she was married. Some of the factors that a court will consider in determining whether or not to award alimony include, but are not limited to, their respective ability to pay, the duration of the marriage, the age and health of the parties, the standard of living during the marriage, their earning capabilities and employability and equitable distribution of the marital property.
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