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This is msg I sent my atty:
"I need to make you aware that I have reached the end of the line as far being able to support the mortgage payments for the La Jolla house and have notified opposing party to that effect. The last reserves from the MetLife whole life insurance payout will be used for the March mortgage payment and then it is over."
This is the response I got:
"You are required by the current order to maintain the mortgage so I suggest you do everything in your power to meet this obligation. She can not only file a motion to enforce the judgment, she can also request sanctions. Regarding the QDROs, I received a phone call from Ms. Horn today. She is threatening to appear in court if the QDROs are not entered soon. This is most likely an empty threat but I wanted to make you aware."
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