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During an ADR meeting, I was told that the court would most likely make me pay $1000/mo. in alimony b/c my husband doesn't work. However; my monthly net income is less than $2000/mo. My husband has refused to work most of our 8 year marriage! I don't have the 2nd job anymore, and stated this information on my income & expense sheet. (My services were terminated 1 month prior to me filing for divorce). 30% of my income goes to community debt, 44% goes to bills/rent, 5% to student loans, and the balance the credit card I use to pay for vet bills (for pets we own together), my own groceries, clothes, etc. So how did the ADR volunteer (who is a lawyer himself) calculate the amount the he quoted me? I just don't get it.
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