Listen to the advice of your lawyer. If you do not agree simply fire them and represent yourself or retain successor counsel. These are questions that should be posed to your attorney and not online.
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I'm not really clear as to what you are asking. If you are confused as to whether or not to have your ex-husband put in jail, that is a difficult question. Oftentimes jail time will be effective in collecting money owed. On the other hand, if you are hesitant to send your ex-husband to jail, you should know that you do have a court order regarding payment which is enforceable. Perhaps you can come up with a payment plan that is acceptable to you. Good luck.
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I am sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately additional information is needed to give you proper guidance. I agree with the excellent responses from Attorneys Lewis and Robbins. Good luck.
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