Thank you for contacting our JA team for guidance.
I believe your question came to me for a good reason, as I went through 10 years of litigation with my vindictive ex-husband, who would also stop at nothing (and was also an attorney).
The right to have our grievances heard in a court of law is a highly protectly constitutional right. Unfortunately, the courts are not well equipped to handle situations where people abuse this right.
If he continues to violate court order, a motion to show cause should be filed against him. This is the first step in having him held in contempt of court and possibly jailed if he continues to violate orders. Of course, you will need proof that he has violated court oders. It sounds as though he is toying with you and using the legal system to abuse you.
At some point, the court should realize that your ex's allegations are unfounded and if you can obtain an order of contempt against him, this would go a long way in stopping the insanity.
You may use his misuse of the system to sue him for abuse of process. However, if your object is to just be through with this and get on with your life, you probably wouldn't want to file claims against him.
Please let me know whether there is something more I can do to help.
All the best to you!
You are very welcome. All the best to you and your family!
Perhaps you will want to change attorneys if the one you have is not vigorously representing your interests. Lawyers.com provides a large database of attorneys by area of practice and location. An order to show cause is a relatively simple procedure, so it should not be extremely costly for you.
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