Yes you can ask for those costs.
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Yes, you should be able to recoup those costs assuming the judge finds that her behavior was wilfull.Ask a similar question
Yes, you can ask. But generally in a proceeding for fees relating to a contempt proceeding you need to show that your spouse willfully violated a court order without any justification.Ask a similar question