You can have your ex-husband held in contempt of court for failure to comply with the terms of your divorce decree.
You will need an Order to Show Cause (court form), your declaration signed under penalty of perjury and any supporting documents establishing your ex-husband's failure to comply with your divorce decree. With the Order to Show Cause, you will need to schedule a hearing on the contempt of court issue. Serve your ex-husband by mail with all the documents you file with the court so that he will have notice of the hearing.
It would be advisable to check with your attorney or the court clerk to be certain that you have filed all of the required documents to pursue contempt of court because the required documents may vary from state to state.
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