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You can file for contempt if the order specifically says that he would close it (as failure to abide by the order is grounds for contempt), BUT a contempt action HAS to be filed in the same court that entered the order.
You could file a separate lawsuit against him in NM, but that might be challenged due to "jurisdiction" if he has no connection to NM (other than you).
That is, NM would not have jurisdiction over him if he does not have at least "minimum contacts" with the state, and that is something that would prevent a successful lawsuit against him,.
Forum laws would dictate that you would need to bring an original lawsuit in the county of his residence, or you could pursue contempt in the county that entered the divorce decree.
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Yes, that does help. Thank you. I will contact an attorney in Williamson County to help me with this matter.
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