You should discuss this with your lawyer who has far more information about what is going on than you have posted here.
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If defendant makes 85% of the income and is churning litigation through multiple attorneys, you should make an application for attorney's fees.
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Have your attorney make an application for counsel fees, due to his protracting the proceedings and because he makes 85% more income then you. As for the court orders that have not been dealt with, I assume that you mean he is violating them. If that is accurate, then ask your attorney to file a motion seeking to find him in violation. Perhaps you should get more aggressive in the litigation.Ask a similar question