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The Tennessee court may award alimony to be paid by one spouse to the other, or out of either spouse's property, according to the nature of the case and the circumstances of the parties. The court may award rehabilitative alimony, periodic alimony, transitional alimony, or lump sum alimony, or a combination of these, taking a number of factors into consideration, including the earning capacity, obligations, needs, and financial resources of each spouse, the earning capability of each party, and the necessity of a party to secure further education and training to improve such party's earnings capacity to a reasonable level, just to name a few.
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