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You may consider bringing a contempt action to compel your ex to adhere to the order and sign the releaseGenerally speaking, when someone violates the court orders they are considered to be in contempt of court. To enforce your rights you will need to file a motion for contempt (may also be called an motion to show cause). In that motion you indicate what the orders are and how she has violated them.You can typically pick the forms up at the clerk of the court's office and file them yourself.Please use the REPLY button if you have any questions concerning my answer. Otherwise please click ACCEPT so that I am paid by the site for answering.
What form would I use do not want to look foolish but only forms for contemt had to do with child custody, I called prothonotarys office and told her the same thing said she did not have a form
Did you call the clerk of the courts office?
No I am going to go there now, I have been filing all my recent forms for other issues and figured there had to be a form. Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX use this site before for contempt issues in child custody, did not get results that I wanted but it helped a great deal.
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