I filed lawsuit against former employer for discrimination and breach of contract. My former employer failed to file timely answer. Now I want to seek default judgement. However, in the complaint I didn't ask for a certain sum. Can the court help to determine the amount to be awarded for default judgement or you have to have stated the exact amount in the complaint? Also, can a judge order default judgement in a case whereby the complaint seeks non-monetary relief as well, such as requiring the former employer to provide adequate training for employees and management, including racial tolerance in the workplace? Would the fact that a plaintiff also seeks non-monetary relief prevent the court from being able to enter a default judgement? Is there any lawyer that specialize in such cases?