Do you have to pay alimony if unemployed?

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If you are court ordered to pay alimony, losing your job does not automatically negate that order. However, it may give you grounds to go back to the court and request a modification of the order, terminating the alimony obligation.
If you are in the process of a divorce and become unemployed, it is unlikely that you will be ordered to pay alimony, but not impossible.
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