I have a mediation agreement where my ex spouse agreed to pay me a certain amount each month until we go to alimony court. Although, now certain circumstances have caused me to need more financial support from him than what he is paying. I was in a car accident, my car was totalled and I had to buy a car so now I have a car payment and my health has caused Medical expenses and other necessary bills which I have now that I did not have then. Also, alimony court has been very very long delayed twice, and I am having extreme financial difficulty paying for normal living expenses. Also, he has since gotten a higher paying job. Can I file a motion or petition with the court for additional temporary spousal support to help me survive until court?
If your temporary support agreement is in a court order, you can file a motion to modify this amount to ask for more and/or you can attend a mediation session in an attempt to resolve all pending issues, including the issue of alimony.
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