thank you I will pass that on. I know there is no way to get out of paying child and ex support even though the shares child care 50%.
If he just wrote the credit card co.s and told them he can not pay till he gets a job, would that be better than bankrupcy. I have always thought bankrupcy was just the worse thing that could happen to someone but I gather it as become more frequent now that the economy has gone south. Is there anything else he can do?
how do you go about finding a lawyer without looking in the yellow pages? It is such an overwhelming task for someone who has just about ready to give up. He had a problem with the divorce attorney who kept leaving messages on the wrong phone so he had no one to represent him in the divorce. Is ther a better way to find a good lawyer that is not too expensive. Can he do this himself as he has so little money?:
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