If you won in court, then you would need to go back to that court and file a complaint for contempt. Hire an attorney.
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Depends on what your judgment/stipulation states. If the stipulation was drafted properly, there should be a provision about what happens if the monthly payment agreement defaults.
In either case, you will need to go back to court and either move for whatever the stipulation provides or an order for contempt. The result of either would be to allow you to embark on enforced collection (good luck) to levy bank accounts, etc.
You will have to hire your own debt collector.
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I you filed an FDCPA claim against the collector and got attorney's fees, presumably you have an attorney. Did the collector sign a settlement agreement or was there a judgment?