Family law is almost completely regulated by state laws. This means that the method for determining whether to award spousal support, and how much, changes from state to state. The following set of resources is a good starting point for information about alimony in your state.
District of Columbia
If you would like to know more about your rights to alimony, there are many attorneys in your area with spousal support experience who may be able to help.
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