I don't not feel this is an adequate amount. I know it wasn't. I can prove he lied. I just need an attorney willing to go through the paper work with me. There were other things that were done I am open to discuss.Can I take him back to court. ?
First, you have 30 days from the date of the order to file an appeal. Otherwise, whether or not you can change the alimony amount greatly depends on the language in your order. There are a few other narrow grounds to have orders set aside but it is very difficult. Find an attorney in your area to consult with so that they can review your order and fully advise you. Attorneys are prohibited from directly soliciting your business on this site.
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An attorney needs to see your case file and understand what happened in order to answer your questions. Set a consultation with a lawyer with whom you are comfortable to go over your options. There are time limits under the law for seeking relief from a judgment so you should meet with a lawyer immediately.
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You have limited time to challenge a court order, so you should meet with a lawyer immediately to understand your options. Your questions cannot be answered without the benefit of reviewing your case file and getting more information about what happened.
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