Alimony, may be rehabilitative or permanent in nature and ordered for or against either party. Permanent alimony may be awarded as periodic payments or a lump sum payment, depending on the facts of the case. In determining alimony, the Court will consider factors, including: adultery, the duration of the marriage, the standard of living during the marriage, financial resources of each party, each party’s contribution to the marriage, and the age, physical and emotional condition of each party. If the Court awards alimony, that Order is enforceable by the Court and the parties through a variety of legal vehicles, such as garnishment of wages
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