I'd say that she could either go back to the court because he is failing to abide by a court order and ask the court to enforce it. Or if she was awarded the house and if it was legally transfered over to her name, then she could start eviction proceedings.Ask a similar question
She needs a local attorney. She can file a motion to compel or a motion of contempt. If she evicts him she will have another worthless judgment.
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If she was awarded the house, and her ex-husband remains in the house, then she needs to file a motion with the Court to enforce the Court's Order. Feel free to contact our office for assistance. (248) 758-2323. www.davidsebastianlaw.com.Ask a similar question
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