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If he owns his own company, it is harder to garnish his wages. You can still follow the same process I described, but he may not withhold on his own. If he does not, then you can petition the court that issued the original order to place a lien on his property. You can then petition to liquidate relative to the property in order to get your money. Essentially, you then hold his property as a bargaining chip for him to pay. If he does not, you can then liquidate it and get your money out of the proceeds after an auction.
Just checking in with you to see if you have any additional questions based on what was shared earlier. I want to make sure you are as comfortable as possible moving forward with this issue. Thanks!