No, this is a violation of the preliminary injunction issued in every divorce matter. Based on your facts given, I would recommend filing for temporary orders for child support, spousal maintenance, and access to all community property accounts. You also need to inform the Court of the violation of the preliminary injunction.
My recommendation would be that you obtain a free consultation from a family law attorney to review your case before taking action.
Judd S. Nemiro
Law Offices of Judd S. Nemiro, PLLC
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