Assuming that family court works the same way as civil, you would file a request for default judgment.Ask a similar question
i am sorry that your ex is doing this to you ( and for all you lawyers and others who are sick of hearing me say I'm sorry maybe you should add a bit more empathy to your answers because these are human beings not just test questions), you need a judgemnt, after you get the judgement he will be found in contempt and you can seek costs and sanctions and of course an order. take care.
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The following is a link to the CA Superior Court's web-site and specifically, to the self-help instructions for finishing up a paternity/parentage action. Good Luck. http://www.courts.ca.gov/11299.htmAsk a similar question