I have no job but able to give at least 60$ a month
Nope - not sure why the aversion to work, but the answer is "get a job or three" as it appears the court has imputed income to you, likely after concluding you are willfully unemployed, and that you can afford to pay that amount for whatever it is owed for. That does NOT mean hold out until you get a job offer as CEO of Starbucks, that means you take the job as the dishwasher at Denny's and greeter at Walmart if need be until something better comes along.Otherwise you may be risking the wrath of the court with bad results like contempt.
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