If you have a consent order, then you will need to file an enforcement motion with the court in which you provide a copy of the order and an explanation as to how your spouse is not abiding by its terms. Your attoreny should be handling this for you.
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If you are currently represented by an attorney that attorney really should be addressing this for you. The bottom line, if a party fails to comply with the terms of an Order and you wish for such terms to be complied with you need to file a Motion with the court seeking (1) To hold the other party in contempt of court and/or violation of litigant's rights; (2) To secure enforcement; etc...
Kenneth A. White, Esq.
New Jersey Family Law Attorney
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Your attorney can file an enforcement motion and ask for sanctions for failure to comply.
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You can expect an enforcement action to occur shortly.
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