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What is easiest and what you should do is go back to Ohio and bring a motion for contempt and for sanctions against him. Ask that the court place a bench warrant for his arrest and bring him back to Ohio. Then too, ask the court to reduce the outstanding monies owed to a judgment and pursue the matter that way.
Once he realizes that's what your asking - I would think he will immediately come up with some of the outstanding monies owed. Then potentially you can transfer the order to NJ thereafter.
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