You need to consult an Arizona Family Law attorney. Firms like my own www.bakerlaw-az.com, offer free 30 minute consultations to go through your options. You are not eligible for accountability court. Accountability Court requires you be 20k in arrears or delinquent or twelve consecutive months of missed payments. You still would need to respond to the motion for accountability court. You have access to the court to file a response yourself; however, I would recommend contacting an attorney. In your response you can ask that he pay your attorney's fees and costs for having to defend a frivolous and harassing filing.
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Save the emails. Don't reply yourself. Consult with an attorney in private. With $4,000 at stake, it's worth the investment.
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Your best move would be to consult a local attorney and discuss the case in detail. That way you can formulate a strategy.
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