By the second part of that, what I mean is if he were to stop collecting social security voluntarily once he knows I am garnishing his social security wages, do I have rights to force the payouts to continue so that I can satisfy the alimony judgment?
We are still married, and he will not cooperate with any U.S. court in a divorce proceeding. The alimony judgment is double what he is receiving in social security (so correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe I would be entitled to 100% of it). He is full time employed in a non-extradition country overseas and is currently paying me 0, even though I cannot find a job. He has no assets in the U.S. that I am aware of.
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