It is possible. It sounds like you have been working, and therefore, alimony may not be that much of an issue. Sometimes, alimony can still be possible. I suggest you speak with an attorney. It is impossible to provide all, or any answers, to your questions based on three sentences. You will need a personal consultation. You likely need advice regarding divorce rather than alimony. I wish you the best.
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You possibly can recieve Alimony of some amount and in some form. It is an issue that needs to be addressed in a Divorce.
An Attorney can assist you with this and all the other issues found in a Divorce. In my 21 years as a Divorce Attorney I have had many clients recieve Alimony in some form or fashion and I have seen some clients be denied it. It all matters what the facts are in the Divorce case and whether the Judge sees it is necessary to order.
In Huntsville I have seen many awards of Alimony to those who seek it, but again, I've seen some denied. I would need to learn more of your story to know what chance you have. But you will need an Attorney to guide you through the minefield of Divorce.
I wish you well and pray for courage and strength in whatever you set out to do!
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