Hire an attorney to file a motion for enforcement, also called a show cause motion. Have your attorney check out chapter 9 of the Texas family code to make sure the statute of limitations had not run. That means make sure it isn't too late to file.
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You can file an enforcement. But an order to pay a debt normally is not enforceable by contempt of court as debtors are not relegated to jail. You can possibly obtain a judgment for any deficiency owed any creditor, but unless the order provided that the payment was in some way to be construed as a support obligation, you probably cannot get him held in contempt post-divorce. I am sorry to tell you that because of the obvious injustice of circumstances.
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