Contempt is a sanction through which a court enforces its own orders. Bringing a contempt motion requires first an allegation that a specific order has been entered, and then that the order was violated, with a description of the circumstances. Without those initial allegations, a contempt motion is frivolous and the movant risks sanctions.
What you have described sounds like almost predictable human behavior. Except for defining crimes, the law is not well-suited to regulating human behavior.
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A party is held in contempt when they have violated an order of the court. It is doubtful there is an order prohibiting your ex and his ex from communicating . Make sure all attorneys in the cases know about the two ex spouses collaborating.
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