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The court may award spousal support to either spouse. A spouse seeking alimony must request it in the divorce papers. In determining the need, duration, and amount, the court considers the financial condition of each spouse after the divorce, their lifestyle during the marriage, the need in order to pursue a job or career, and a number of other factors.
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