Your question was posted twice. See my response to the other posting.
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The facts that you describe indicate that you EX is in Contempt of Court. This is a very serious violation of a Court order. We can file this motion for you. The consequesnces to your ex are possible jail time.
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vSeek out competent legal counsel, collect all the proof and evidence you have of your husband’s violations if the court order and request the court that he only be allowed supervised visitation till such time he successfully completes parenting and anger management classes. Also get some strongly worded court orders prohibiting him from making any negative comments about you or discussing your relationship with him in front of the children or allowing the children to be in an environment where they will be confronted with these topics. Your attorney needs to request that he product all the bank records and if he is non-compliant to subpoena all the bank records from the banks to put together an analysis of how much income is going in the business so the court can impute an appropriate amount for purposes of child support.
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