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You would file a Motion for Contempt, usually by hiring a lawyer. The court would then hold her in contempt, likely make her pay your attorney's fees and give you extra time to make up for what you lost, and put her on probation with jail a definite possibility should she do it again.
You can file it without a lawyer but it is very complicated and if there are any mistakes then it won't be enforceable and if the judge doesn't rule in your favor you can't try again.
As far as filing it you just draft it, file it with the clerk of courts and pay their fee, and then have it served on your ex by the process server for the court.