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If there isn't a current ongoing Family Court case pending then I would recommend going to Supreme Court (assuming you are divorced) with an Order to Show Cause. But this depends on the current status. Asking for the same relief you were just denied in another court will not be successful. Appeals are very expensive and usually not successful due to the discretionary nature of these cases. Call an attorney for a more thorough evaluation.
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