The judge request for him a detail profit loss statement,
And a income and expense declaration,I also just found out he take out a loan of over $10.000 with the bank and never inform me I need to get a subpoena ?
You should find a local attorney and get advice based on a more detailed conversation. There are too many factors to consider to provide you better guidance. Please, seriously, find an attorney to speak with.
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If the order is what the judge said, the disclosure issues remain. You do need some guidance. Either go to thr court facilitator or try limited scope representation.
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You received an order. It was not an offer to agree. You must abide by the order or challenge it. You should not be self-represented in a case with your spouse having a business. A spouse running a business does not need to consult the other spouse to run the business (subject to some fiduciary duties).
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