Your best bet is to hire an attorney and file contempt against her for failure to turn over the property awarded to you by the Court.
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Did you call the police? She should be facing criminal charges for burglary at this point so give them a call. You can also file various motions in your family law case with the assistance of a family law attorney.
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With the substantial financial resources that you are describing, it is hard for me to understand why you have not consulted with or retained an attorney. Obviously, you have not been able to work your way through this mess by yourself. Call one of the attorneys who has responded to your question and schedule a consultation as soon as possible. Alternatively, if you elect to do nothing, write this off as another unfortunate life experience and move ahead with matters that will be positive for you. Good luck.
When a Court order is violated, restitution (compensation) can be obtained through a contempt motion seeking remedial contempt sanctions. Sanctions can include a variety of things, including but not limited to money or replacement of the broken and stolen items. Attorney fees may be awarded as part of the sanctions.
There may also be a basis for a criminal prosecution for burglary, theft, and other charges.
A separate civil lawsuit for tortious actions (example: extreme and outrageous conduct) may be possible.
I agree with my colleagues. Though sometimes a motion to compel is simpler than contempt to start. Hope this helps.
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