Alimony which is also known as spousal maintenance or spousal support is financial support paid by one spouse to the other spouse due to a divorce. In most divorce cases, Alimony becomes an issue for both parties. Georgia law allows for Alimony, but there are no specific guidelines for determining Alimony eligibility or Alimony duration and there is no exact formula for calculating the Alimony amount. Since there is no specific Georgia law to determine the Alimony specifics, this information may be determined by a Judge or a Jury.
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