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I chuckled the first time I spotted the typo alimoney. In some ways, the misspelling (alimoney) makes more sense than the correct spelling (alimony). After all, “alimoney” is about transferring “money” from the pocket of one party to another in a divorce proceeding. Of course, for the ex-husband or ex-wife that has to pay spousal support, the preferred spelling may be all-my-money. Google shows 11,700 matches for alimoney, so a lot of people have misspelling alimony.

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