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Dear JACUSTOMER - A motion for contempt is your only option and at some point the judge will either fine your ex or put him in jail. You need to file another motion and this time it will be both in contempt of the original decree and in contempt of the first contempt order. Obviously the judge doesn't know if his or her order was followed unless you inform the court.
I know this is a real pain but unfortunately it is the only means you have of enforcing the court's orders.
The only way to get his license suspended would be through an order of the court. It is possible that the court would order this and also possibly attach his tax returns. The problem is that you have to get an order from the court for any of this to happen. You can't just ask the BMV to suspend his license.
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