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You do have a right to seek to collect what the court awarded you in the divorce and what you need to do to collect is file another motion for an order to show cause
for contempt in the court where you received the award, since the award from the other court did not vacate the other order of the court. However, to enforce that order of the court, you have to go back to the divorce court for a contempt of court motion to get that court to order him to pay you what he owes. So while his attorney can insist that you comply with the other court order, you can get a court order for contempt against him for not paying the divorce court order and that is a separate matter.
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