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Grant County Family Court, Grant County Courthouse, 5 Highland Ave., Petersburg, WV 26847, Phone: 304-257-4545 Fax: 304-257-2593
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In West Virginia, alimony is decided by the courts based on a number of factors. The courts consider marital misconduct and will not award alimony to any adulterous spouse, a spouse who was convicted of a felony during the marriage, or who deserts or abandons his or her spouse for 6 months.
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