What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? GA After a late marriage of 4+ years, a final divorce decree filed May 11, 2009, petition filed March 18, 2008, (the defendant being myself), ordered me responsible for shared debts incurred during the marriage. On a plaintiff's motion for attorney's fees regarding defendant's motion for clarification hearing scheduled August 31, 2009 (my ex refuses to let me have my premarital property, but, however, motion was denied, and was ordered to pay plaintiff's attorney fees), plaintiff's attorney asked the judge by letter dated August 19, 2009, postmarked August 26, 2009, to add an application for citation for contempt on me for failure to take care of the debts. Notification letters written by me sent to the debtors since May, 11, 2009 explaining my responsibility and not to contact plaintiff were not submitted into evidence. I have contact with the company reps by telephone and fax. I am ordered to pay plaintiff's attorney's fees on the contempt, plus some discovery fees incurred by plaintiff dating back to March of 2008, by November 3, 2009 in full; the fees on the motion for clarification by December 3, 2009. An affidavit for my arrest will be sent to the sheriff on November 3, 2009, if I fail to pay as stated in the final order filed September 3, 2009. During the hearing on August 31, 2009, the judge was not made aware of the fact that I am unemployed nor did she inquire about by financial ability. I remain unemployed since I lost my job back in March 2008 due to this divorce (plaintiff secretly took the car I was driving as a company car and sold it) and have only worked seasonal jobs. Do I have a chance to show the court that I have no means with which to pay before I get arrested? Should I ask for a rehearing or whatever it may be called? Nearly 60 and so tired of the unfairness.