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Alimony is payments that one spouse may be ordered to pay another spouse for support as a result of a divorce. In Rhode Island Divorce, some spouses qualify for alimony from the other spouse. Alimony is also known as Spousal Support or Spousal Maintenance.
To file for divorce in Rhode Island, a person must be a resident of the state for at least one year. The courts will, however, allow a person who has lived in the state less than one year to file if the respondent spouse has lived in the state for the required time period.
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