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Ex-husband didnt finish paying support when child graduated

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Ex-husband didn't finish paying support when child graduated high school. Child now 19 in sophomore yr of college. no specifics in decree for college. ex=husbnd refused to sign or discuss college costs, etc. I cannot afford lawyer, my house is in jeopardy, depleted savings and maxed out credit cards to live over past year. Child in college and living at home. Father gives occasional gas card and money for school books, this year. I am looking at losing my house or having to file bankruptcy to survive unless I can get 600.00 per monthin support while child lives at home and goes to school. Ex will not answer any calls, texts from me regarding these issues. He verbally agreed to myself and child to pay 685 to 835 per month, but has not. I rec'd 1900.00 this year in one payment. Last year I had to take out loans for child's college costs. Need help. Am legal secretary willing to do work in exchange for representation. Jurisdiction of case: Dupage, Illinois Court.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Dimitry K., Esq. replied 6 years ago.

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