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If the divorce court
issued their judgment before the disability judgment, their ruling is not really void or in conflict with the disability court judgment. If the divorce court denied you spousal support
or there was some reduced child support
based on the divorce court using your pre-disability judgment income, then your recourse in the divorce case is based on the significant change in financial circumstances to file a motion to modify support (but support is the only thing that could possibly be modified, since the disability ruling came after the divorce court judgment).
The court can change or modify any support awards to you based on the fact your financial situation has significantly changed based on your disability.
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