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Petitioner filed for divorce march of 2012 petitioner is holding up paperwork required to finish the divorce during the divorce process A ruling was made for the respondent to pay the petitioner a set amount of money which has been done faithfully, doing so has resulted in the respondent financially having to move in with parents. Respondent is an electrician in the union. has become unemployed going on week 2. respondent reports to the union looking for a job. This week, respondent's check wasn't enough to cover the full amount for alimony and child support. It was short $200 Petitioner is going to ask attorney to get it out of respondent however can. Can respondent file for temporary hardship due to unemployment or something?
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