All court orders are enforceable. One question of concern, before filing a motion, is whether the order is violated. For example, presume she takes your son out of town with her new boyfriend. They rent two hotel rooms, one for him and one for your ex and your son. Would this violate the order? Secondly, what will you gain by bringing this to the attention of the court? This is certainly worth discussing with an attorney. If you had an attorney for your divorce, you might contact him/her if your relationship with that attorney is still sound. Otherwise, most of us would be only too happy to sit down and discuss this matter with you in a private, confidential setting.
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