The Court Order under which the ex and I operate was issued to us when we both lived in the same county. Since then, we have both moved. She has the kids in one county, I live in another and we both have been away from the original county for more than a year. In June, 2013, I filed a Contempt of Court Motion on her in the original county and we both had to travel for the hearing. My Motion was denied. Three months later I filed for a change of venue which was granted and I had it sent to the county where she resides. Since neither one of us had lived in the original county for more than a year, did this Court that heard the Contempt charge have proper jurisdiction? SInce the Change of Venue was granted, on my motion and based on our residence, does this imply a lack of jurisdiction in the Contempt hearing since the same circumstances existed in regards to residence of the parties? Is this the same as Subject Matter Jurisdiction? Can I file a Motion to have the ruling against me stricken due to incorrect subject matter jurisdiction?