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I would doubt that the courts will require alimony in this case, unless there were children involved. But you never know what a good lawyer can get you! I urge you to consult one that knows the laws in your state.

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Q: After dating for 7 years and being married for 5 months does your husband have to pay alimony if you have been on permanent disability for 13 years?
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