You can file a motion for contempt. I would recommend you consult with a local family law attorney to discuss further and make sure the stated facts are clarified.
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If the case is with DOR you can as them to assist. Good luck to you.
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I would recommend that you seek the assistance of DOR (Department of Revenue) to assist you. They would be able to initiate having enforcement under UIFSA (Uniform Interstate Family Support Act) in MN.
Good luck to you.
Tami L. Augen Rhodes
File a motion to contempt and enforce and set a hearing. Call JA. If you are getting nowhere and the case is a DOR go down to their office and shake some branches see if they can help.