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Can I Make My Spouse Get A Job?

No spouse enjoys being required to pay monthly spousal support to the other spouse. The inevitable claim is that the recipient spouse is either voluntarily unemployed or under-employed. In other words, the recipient spouse is intentionally not getting a job, or not earning to his/her capability, thereby requiring the employed spouse to pay an unreasonably large amount of support.

How Long Will I Be Required To Pay Alimony?

Assuming that circumstances dictate that one spouse pay spousal support (i.e., alimony) to the other spouse, then Virginia law authorizes judges to order that such support be payable either: (1) indefinitely (commonly referred to as "permanent alimony"); or (2) for a defined duration (commonly referred to as "limited alimony").

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