I have a preliminary order that was put into effect last May. In July my daughter was diagnosed with cancer and my husband moved back in to help us battle. I have since found out he has been stealing from me and when confronted he chose to just move back out. He did contribute a bit while he was in residence, but I was paying his bills with most of the money he gave me (the bills the judge ordered he was responsible for). He has been gone a month and has not given me any child support per the order nor anything that was owed to me before she became ill. I cannot afford to ask my attorney any more questions and I do not qualify for aid. Is there anybody out there that can tell me what is the best way to proceed? We have a review hearing in April. Do I just sit tight and let it all pile up? Does anybody know my chances for keeping the house? My husband said if I pay him $25k he will not force me to sell the house during her remission. I told him that I will not be extorted using her cancer as a bargaining chip, but I am scared I will not get to stay in the house while she battles and I do not want to remove any more things from her - she needs to feel safe and has lost enough. Help!
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