You were married in Cyprus. Are you entitled to alimony?

it has been held, that even where there is no written agreement between spouses who were married in a civil ceremony in Cyprus, and although the husband is not obligated to pay alimony to the wife under the personal law (see “wife’s alimony”), the duty to pay alimony can occur by virtue of the principle of good faith. This is so since it is not appropriate to determine that upon separation, the economic commitment between the partners is severed, particularly in cases of clear economic dependency of the wife on her spouse. Accordingly, the imposition of the duty to pay alimony for a period, the duration and extent of which depend on the special circumstances of each and every case, is obligatory.