Rep. Enid Greene and her attorneys have repeatedly asked Joe Waldholtz for details about his personal finances so the couple can resolve divorce disputes.

But Waldholtz has ignored the requests, according to court records. Now, he must either turn over the information by next Wednesday or lose any hope of gaining custody of his daughter.The couple's divorce was final in June but custody and property issues have not been resolved. A trial is scheduled Aug. 20.

Greene's attorneys, however, can't prepare for the trial until Joe Waldholtz turns over information about his expenses, pay and job history, attorney Clark Sessions wrote in an affidavit.

Sessions delivered dozens of pages of "interrogatory questions" to Waldholtz and requested immediate responses.

Waldholtz must answer the questions or 3rd District Judge William A. Thorne will strike his response and counterclaim the divorce petition filed by Greene.

Greene has asked for full custody of the couple's daughter, Elizabeth. Joe Waldholtz wants joint custody.