My divorce was final in feb i couldnt afford a lawyer at the time and wasnt awarded alimony and lost my spousal support apparently i was supose to ask for alimony and didnt know it i live in pa and can afford a lawyer now can i try to get my alimony my ex forced the issue because he knew i was broke i got fired can i do anything
Your situation doesn't sound good but I strongly urge you to immediately consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area. There may be something about it that you haven't stated here which might help you.
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Your situation does not sound good. In all likelihood, you have lost the ability to claim alimony. However, you can certainly consult with an experienced divorce attorney in your area who can review the matter to determine whether that is still an option.
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Unless there is more to the story than you are telling us, I highly doubt you will be able to get alimony at this point in time. You should consult with a family law attorney just to make sure nothing was missed that may alter the situation.
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