Who is paying child support? The first step would be to send her a letter reminding her of her obligation under the Decree to provide her new employment address. See if she complies. Keep a copy for your records. Start there before spending hundreds or thousands on an attorney.
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Unless you file an enforcement, nothing will happen. If she is not ordered to pay child support not much more will happen in court except you'll know where she works.
Just send her an email and ask where she works.
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