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You certainly have the right here to file a motion for contempt here through your lawyer.You would seek jail and fines here for his intentional acts.The court may also award you additional property or otherwise deal with matter equitably to ensure that this is resolved fairly.That might involve say cash to you or him being ordered to pay you monthly amounts or whatever remedies your lawyer can propose.Certainly you should pursue this as you deserve no lees in all of this.
And you can show that he intentionally tried to cheat you and disobeyed the court in these matter.The court may also put him in jail and fine him for his actions in this situation.
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