You should have consulted with attorneys because you could have potentially been awarded attorney fees from your former spouse to represent you. Now that the judgment was signed you have very short deadlines to file post judgment motions. They're really short, 10 and 15 days to get the request filed. Call attorneys right away.
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Post-judgment motions and requests must get immediate attention. If there was a clerical error, there are possible remedies. If the judge made a mistake, there are other remedies. You may have rights to make motions and ask for relief; and you may be able to successfully appeal the decision(s). There is not enough information here to give you definitive answers; and you should see your attorney, or get an attorney to review the matter immediately. It would require an extensive review and research, and thoughtful consideration.
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