when we first entered a petition for divorce , I was not paying rent. Since rent is now a needed fact , can I petition the court for help in paying this rent. Without help I will be unable to secure any place to live.
The origonal petition to the court for divorce did not include the necessity for housing expense. I now find that I do not have the necessary income to procure even minimal living quarters
employment yes. ave. 1000.00 per month. We lived in his house. we were married 4.5 years. his income is apx 4800.00 per month
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