Appellant found himself unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and it has been difficult for him to find other work. He does not have family or friends he can financially rely on either. As a result, he filed a motion to modify child support based on changed circumstances. The court ordered the parties to submit tax returns for the years 2016 through 2018. Appellant failed to submit his tax returns and stated that he was unemployed. The court found that both parties are capable of being employed full-time, determined that appellant is intentionally unemployed, denied the motion to modify child support, and awarded attorney fees to the respondent. Appellant now appeals that decision pro se because he disagrees with the judge’s ruling and believes that the district court erroneously concluded that appellant could find other work or could rely on family and friends to financially support him. Respondent is also proceeding pro se.
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