Okay, thanks for that. The Supplemental Order states what is supposed to happen.
Therefore, he is violating the Supp Order! You can take him to court for violating the order.
This is what happens in VA for violating a court order:
When one party in a custody or divorce case violates a court order, the other party has the opportunity to petition the court for enforcement of the order. In Virginia, this is called a Petition for a Rule to Show Cause. At the Show Cause hearing, the judge will give HIM an opportunity to defend his actions and present evidence as to why he violated the court order. If the court does not accept his explanation, the court may hold him in contempt and may issue a punishment that will vary depending on the type and severity of the violation.
As long as you're going back to court, if you are, make sure you get language that states that you have the final say if you can get it. You might not be able to get it but I would try anyway.
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