I recently served my ex-wife for violating our parenting plan and the order of support. She was found in contempt a year ago of the parenting plan and I have a strong case with all the evidence proving her denial of mediation, refusal to reimburse, taking more vacation than allowed by the order, etc. She retained an attorney and her attorney called my attorney's office to negotiate/mediate. I haven't been able to speak with my attorney but I'm curious if this is indicative of a poor defense? I have strictly adhered to the court orders and I am confident that there can be no counter-contempt and I don't see any way my ex-wife will be able to defend against my declaration along with the exhibits backing up my claims; most of this proof is my ex-wife's own written words.