OK. Procedurally: whether or not you can still file a post-judgment motion (motion to reconsider, motion to correct errors, motion to clarify, etc.) is going to depend on how much time has passed since the decree was issued. You need to talk to a lawyer right away to see if any of those motions would be possible for you. The other option is to appeal. In some cases, that's the right thing to do. In most - especially family law, where the judge has a LOT of discretion with how to divide property, what to do with the kids, etc. - it is unlikely to be successful. And appeals can be very, very expensive.
Use the avvo find-a-lawyer tool to get in touch with a couple of attorneys in your area. Find one you feel comfortable with and ask for a consultation. Often, attorneys will offer a "case review" meeting at no charge. But do it now, because the amount of time to file a motion after the decree is issued is very short.
Best of luck,
Indianapolis divorce lawyer
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