While you state that the dog lot belonged to your son, the fact that it was 1)purchased by your husband 2)sold by you, and 3) you kept the proceeds instead of giving them to your son,would support an argument that the dog lot was marital property. It also sounds as though your husband may have violated your order as well, if he too sold marital property and kept the proceeds of the sale. If you have a valid order by the court stating that you will not sell marital property, then you both should comply. It sounds as though you need an attorney to help you file a motion to show cause for the same reason that he is bringing such an action against you.
Good luck to you.
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