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Cayuga County Court Information
Cayuga County Family Court, Old Historic Post Office Building, 157 Genesee St., 2nd Floor, Auburn, NY 13021 Phone: (315) 255-4306 Fax: (315) 255-4312
Cayuga County Child Support Enforcement
160 Genesee St., Auburn, NY 13021 Phone: (888) 208-4485 Fax: (315) 253-1283
Cayuga County Divorce Support Groups
Scipio Community Church Route 34, Scipio, New York 13147 Phone: 315-364-5416 Contact: Mr. James Main
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The New York court awards alimony after considering the spouses' financial situation, earning capacity, income, and the circumstances of the marriage. For example, if one spouse stayed home to care for the household while the other spouse supported the household, then the court generally requires the working spouse to continue supporting the other spouse. Alimony ends when the spouses agree, one spouse dies, or the receiving spouse remarries.
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