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Anytime one party violates a court order, the recourse for the other party would be to file a motion for contempt and enforcement. The way you stated the question, it sounds like the violation has not yet occurred but you expect it will in the near future. Assuming this to be accurate, you would not yet be able to file a motion for contempt and enforcement. However, as soon as it does occur, you could then file your motion.
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