Wow that is a pickle! I know that you don't want to hear the part about having an attorney. However, have you considered trying to work out a payment plan with one? You would be surprised about how frequently that we take them (at least I do). I included my guide re: Selecting a Family Law Attorney in Florida......please consider reading the last section about the money part!
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What you may need to do is file a notice of appeal and go through the appellate process. Make a motion for rehearing first, and it will usually be summarily denied. Then appeal.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239