What you can do is determined, in part, by what any separation agreement or judgment would say. And your state law. You will probably have to go back to court to establish his default before you do anything else.
You could attempt to file motions for contempt, etc without an attorney. If you do so, you'll be held to knowing what the rules/procedures are for filing of motions, orders, etc. Without seeing the terms of the order/settlement agreement, it is difficult to say what the best next steps would be for you. It may be beneficial to retain an attorney to assist you and then request the court to have your ex pay reimburse you those fees. That isn't a guarantee, but sometimes it's worth knowing things are done correctly than having to go back time and again to try and get it right.
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It is advisable to hire an attorney who practices in the County. Call Nicole Prebeck and speak to her about fees, timelines and process.
Kentucky law does not certify specialty of practice in this area. The advice given herein is informational and should not be considered as creating an attorney/client relationship. Michael Bouldin is an independent attorney located in Northern Kentucky. It is strongly recommended to not give any confidential information on any website.
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