I would like to take action on spouse’s non-compliance of the Consent Order 6months ago in regards to paying half of our child’s sport activity fees. Since July, I have asked via text, email and in person to arrange payment with the organization directly. His response has been that I owe him $X for overpayment of xyz. I have pointed out his 401K is E.D. and unrelated to the Consent Order which is for custody and is a closed case. I did not point out that our attorneys are released from any future dealings per the Consent Order closing statements with all of our signatures.
It is clear and evident to me he is willfully and intentionally not complying with the Consent Order.
Seeking advice for filing motion for contempt of the Order being violated:
What should I be aware of, leery of, or need to seriously consider?
Should I use the “Notice of Motion Hearing” template [I have one that was accepted for court hearing I filed as Pro Se earlier this year? Or what is the appropriate form or tell me where/how to find it?
I plan to choose the court hearing date to be with same judge who signed the Consent Order. This is proper, correct? Or does it matter? Or?
Since our attorneys have been “released” from the Consent Order, I am thinking I mail the Notice via certified mail to spouse directly. Correct?
Do I need anything else in supporting information to show non-compliance?
Organization has provided an account history and has verbally confirmed spouse has not provided any payment.
I can print email and text correspondence showing I reached out multiple times. His responses have been via text and in person.
I have given him a deadline to comply as stated in my email this month.
FYI - I’ve reached out via email to my attorney who represented me in the Consent Order and I was offered a meeting in the office…I chose not to schedule yet - I’m ticked no answer provided in an email response. I wonder if filing for this specific item is not as simple or clear as I think it is.