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Mercedes R. Wechsler, P.A.
Mercedes R. Wechsler, P.A.

Phone: 407-839-1364

Phone: 407-839-1364

The figures released by the Labor Department show that 217,000 jobs were added in May, less than the number added in April, but enough tho keep the unemployment rate at 6.3%.  This is certainly good news as it reflects the economy continues to recover although slowly.  In fact, the economy has recovered all of the 8.7 million jobs lost during the recession according to foxbusiness.com.

Still, if you are still one of the unfortunate ones who lost a job and have not been able to find work, you still face the struggles of meeting your bills.  If you are required to pay support, either alimony and/or child support, you will continue to struggle to meet those obligations.  It may be worth looking at your situation to see if you can get a modification to those, either termporary or permanent.