Check online website for the county court first and then if you still have questions you can see if the Court has a self help center. IF this does not work, contact an attorney.
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You've got a problem. With your ex-husband in the UK, he is outside the jurisdiction of the U.S. courts and Texas in particular. You will need to contact a solicitor in the U.K. to help you with this solution. You may locate one on Google or contact an American family lawyer to help you find a solicitor.
I am not intending this to be legal advice, because I don't know the particulars of your situation. Call me if you would like to discuss this or other isues.
The Texas Attorney General can help with a reciprocal agreement with the U.K. If you divorced in Harris County they can help track him down. Otherwise your best bet would be to find a solicitor in the UK and register the judgment over there and request enforcement. Good luck.
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If he is a United States Citizen you may be able to contact the US Embassy regarding his passport. There are times when they will not allow the passport to be renewed if back support is owed. Good luck.
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