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Starting a new company and CS
« on: Dec 20, 2005, 02:45:53 PM »

I think I am losing my mind now. DH's office closed down and now he is unemployed. He has been busting his butt to make a go at a company and it has really good prospects but is not paying out now.

He was getting paid about $95k in the past.. good deal huh? Well, he was lucky. He was working with people he knew for a decade and was getting paid much more than he should have been.

He talked to friends in the industry and it looks as though noone is hiring. He went on Monster.com and found that all the sales jobs in the area either require a degree, experience in an industry DH doesn't have, or they pay about $35k/yr. He also has to pay for his daughter's health insuance which runs us about $265/month.

BM has a Masters and is working for diddily poop. She had a job that paid about $30k but left voluntarily to get her Masters. Now she is making $8/hr.

DH's attorney is really upsetting DH. He says that it is only another 3 years and to suck it up. He didn't even calculate the child support right. He also said nothing about retroactive.

I really don't know what to do. We can't afford all of this. HELP!!!

I really need advice on handling a lawyer that is 1400 miles away and advice in starting the business and having income imputed.



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