In my divorce decree dated 1982 it is written
That the court awards and conveys the corporation known as BM plumbing,Inc. Respondent is ordered to pay and indemnify the loss from ant indebtedness to Wells Bank in the approximate amount of $9100.00 secured by the assets of the family home.
That all costs herein incurred be taxed against Respondent and the execution issue for all monetary relief granted in this decree.
After making several attempts to force ex husband in to paying this my lawyer petitioned through the court for a promissary note as a ways and means for him to indemnify me in Judges original divorce decree settlement. I have continued to revive the judgement and it is still in force. I have the letters between attorneys discussing my ex issuing a promissary note to me for money owed to Wells Bank. I have filed First amended to show cause
. Contempt. His attorney presented 300 s.w 3D Estate of Downs
case law. Stating the court can not impose contempt on a promissary note. Judge ask me to email her a case law and I sent her
Huber v Huber 649 S.W. 2d 955,958. . Because ex has the means to satisfy the order and he deliberately failed and refused.
The promissary note totally stemmed from the judges order on divorce decree.
State of Missouri
The promissary note was only a ways and means to get ex to indemnify me in the divorce decree.
I need a caselaw where something like this has happened in Mo. I know this is complicated . Please help me to find an appropriate answer for the court