I would recommend you review the Florida statute found in 61.08. I have attached a link for your review.
One of the main components is need of one party versus the ability to pay of the other. Consult with a local attorney to discuss your case fully.
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From the facts you have presented, it is not likely that your wife would be granted alimony. For starters, it is a short term marriage. As my colleague stated, alimony is also based on a party's need for it and the other party's ability to pay it. There are many factors that are considered, so I recommend that you speak to a local attorney regarding the details of your case.
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Here is the link for Chapter 61.08 re: alimony.
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando/Longwood/Central Florida)
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