I understand your frustration as I used to work for the AG enforcing DOR, CSE Orders. Since he is now in Ohio, the Order must be enforced in Ohio. You can hire an Ohio and Florida barred Attorney to cut through the red tape and I do know one, but short of hiring a private attorney, you are at the mercy of the government. In Florida, you can bring criminal charges for every $5,000 of arrears, but not sure about Ohio. Best of luck to you.
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I agree with my colleagues, the delay with the government attempting to resolve this for you vs. a private attorney may make it worthwhile to obtain private counsel. If you retain counsel in Ohio, where he is located, that should be the quickest way to proceed against him. Best of luck.
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I think that finding an attorney licensed in both states is an excellent idea and will truly help you navigate both systems as well as possible. Good luck.
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