It's pretty standard to ask for attorney's fees. It doesn't mean he'll get them. If you were only married for three months, I doubt he'll get much of anything unless you made some big purchases together, i.e. house, car, etc. Either way, you have 20 days from the day you were served to file an answer.
If the marriage is only three months and he works full time it is not likely that he would receive alimony if that's what you were referring to. And as previous counsel said the request for attorney's fees is typically in the petition but does not mean the person will actually have them awarded by a judge. You should seek a consultation from an attorney in your area.
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