telling me or the court. She violated our divorce decree (which states she cannot leave south Florida without notifying me), she also forged my signature on the child's passport application in order to obtain a passport for the child without my knowing. They have moved permanently to Israel and I have no contact with my child. I have always paid my child support, though I was rarely able to see the child because my ex-wife never answered the phone, did not show up etc. Last year, I filed a motion (pro se) to try and enforce the visitations, however after several months of waiting I find out by chance that she sold her house and moved overseas. Can I file a motion to stop paying child support? I can assure you, she doesn't need the money and I do since I have remarried and have two kids.
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