But as I mentioned before the Forensic accountant say I made 7200.00
and this is what the judge based her findings on not on my financial
statement and he committed suicide 2 weeks later after lying about
my income, I was paying 250.00 per month for about 4 Weeks
until I went back to court were I was held in contempt but this
time I brought bank statements showing my true Income, the judge
said at the time I had money to pay but now I dont this is not true
I never had the fundes the accountant said I did, so any way I went
back to court yesterday the attorney said he could not get a replacement acconutant with out money, the judge says I must have
draw money out and turned it in to cash this is all false statements
for there is no proof of what can I do
Im going to send you my original question I need to know what I can do
now that the 30 days have elapsed
I am a father who went to court and had a Forensic account say I made 7200.00 a month with a 5000.00 a month over head, Im self employed and grossed 6700.00 not 7200.00 month and net 5000.00 per month, but the judge ordered me to pay attorney and accounting fees 1500.00 per month with a total of 20000.00, the payment were suppose to start 11/1/12 the accounten blew his brains out 11/1/12, so anyways I am unable to play this and I have suppled paper work to prove this but the judge still insistes I have to pay or she will put me in jail, I have 3 kids living with me have a 2500.00 amouth house payment the only way I can pay is to loose the houe I owe 63000.00 worth 200000.00 wht to do
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